Microsoft to start testing the streaming service for games, xCloud for pc

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Also, in the preview, the test for as long as it is limited to the employees of the company

The Microsoft started testing this week and the streaming service of the games The Project xCloud for pc. It’s only available to the employees of the giant from Redmond – for the time being , the resource is still in preview, allows you to stream games from a Xbox One-to-one to the computer.

In accordance with the – The Vergethat he had exclusive access to the information, there is a huge variety of games available to you at this stage, however, there is a temporary limitation on the resolution is fixed at 720p to a document that shows support for full HD video (1080p) is on its way and will arrive soon.

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According to the website, the overall experience is very similar to the one found in the version of the service for Android and iOS devices, from the user interface and even the way users are accessing and transmitting to the games. The portal is the fact that the application already displays a maturity and looks set to be tested far and wide by the players.

Once you have up-to-date with the servers the xCloud to include the eight units of the Xbox One’s in a single instance, earlier there were four consoles that the company is now working hard to make this transition is based on the Xbox Series, X.

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The company has also developed an application Xbox Game Streaming to Windows 10 it will be available soon in the Windows Store. It will require an Xbox One with a bluetooth connection, an account and a good connection to the internet. The app will support streaming of games from a console, either locally or remotely, via the cloud.

Microsoft is planning to to launch the service officially, as early as this yearincluding, with the support of the control for the Playstation 4. The company is planning to to integrate the Project xCloud to your Xbox, the Game Pass by the end of 2020, allowing the player to transmit games that are available on the subscription-based service from the cloud.

Source: – The Verge



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