Xbox Game Pass Ultimate paid users can finally experience cloud games on Android tablets and phones.
Microsoft is propagating: Tomorrow’s cloud game service will be launched for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate paying users. In addition to releasing a new trailer to showcase the service, the official confirmed that there will be more than 150 games that can be experienced through the service. Cloud gaming services will be launched in 22 countries, and more games will be added in the coming days.
Xbox cloud gaming (known as Project xCloud in the past few years) allows Xbox games to be played on Android tablets or phones. In addition to supporting handles, it also contains all the functions of Xbox, such as achievements, voice chat, multiplayer games and so on.
The game lineup is also impressive, including “Wasteland 3”, “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt”, “Gears of War 5”, “Plague Tale: Innocence” and more. Games such as “Night in the Forest”, “Warhammer: Plague 2”, and “Destiny 2: Shadow Fortress” will also be added in the coming weeks. The retail price of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is US$14.99 per month, and new users can enjoy a US$1 payment in the first month.