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xCloud, Microsoft is testing 1080p streaming

Microsoft has officially begun a testing phase to further increase the resolution supported by xCloud to 1080p. According to reports from Windows Central, a source who remained anonymous (but believed to be very reliable) recently shared some ...
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xCloud, first images of the PC version

That xCloud will land on PC, and most likely also on consoles, is no longer a mystery for some time, but now the very first images relating to the service have been leaked online. As seen from the screenshots ...
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xCloud will arrive on PC and iOS in Spring 2021

xCloud expands and arrives on new platforms: Microsoft has announced that its streaming game service will arrive on PC and iOS in Spring 2021. The confirmation came directly on the site ...
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xCloud for PC shows itself in a first video

xCloud, Microsoft's streaming game platform, has been available for a few months on mobile devices and the subscription to the same is included within the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The house project ...
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xCloud, Phil Spencer alludes to the arrival of a dedicated stick

xCloud is undoubtedly one of the strong points of the Xbox video game offer and seems destined to evolve over time, expanding its methods of use. To suggest it was Phil Spencer who, in ...

Rumor: Xbox Game Pass and xCloud could arrive on iOS in 2021

Apple's policies have always been extremely closed regarding other company's software. The whole logic of the Apple system is to tie the customer to proprietary software and hardware, and this also applies to ...
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Phil Spencer: “Consoles aren't the stars of the show. It's the Xbox ecosystem "

November 10th will be the day of the next-gen Xbox branded, with Series X and Series S finally coming to market. Two consoles called to revive the fortunes of the brand, after an era One ...

xCloud supports touch controls for Minecraft Dungeons

xCloud is ready for the global launch on mobile scheduled for tomorrow, September 15th, and will present a first novelty: touch controls. Minecraft Dungeons is in fact the first game to support this system of ...

Apple has second thoughts: reopen the doors to cloud gaming

In recent weeks, the discussion on Apple's App Store measures deemed too restrictive for cloud gaming has been held. Especially from Microsoft, which had raised its voice after giving up on bringing ...

EA Play joins Xbox Game Pass

Day of announcements at Microsoft: EA Play officially joins the Xbox Game Pass catalog starting from the next holidays. The announcement came with a note published on the official website ...

Apple has filed a patent for cloud gaming

The Patently Apple site reported the registration, which took place on February 6 this year, of a new patent by Apple. The project is about video game streaming and has been made public ...
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xCloud, open beta for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users

Project xCloud will officially start, albeit in beta, on September 15th. While waiting for the doors of Microsoft's new service to open for everyone, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers ...

Take-Two: "GTA V on Next-Gen will not be a simple port"

GTA V will arrive on Next-Gen consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series X / S) during the second half of 2021 and during a discussion at Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & ...

Free is Beautiful - Wargame: Red Dragon

The Epic Games Store offers are back, bringing us back to the world of war-themed RTS titles. The new game available for free is Wargame: Red Dragon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw3az0LsKc0 "A new level ...
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