Xbox Game Pass Ultimate now available in 22 countries

xCloud renamed to Cloud Gaming, launches tomorrow with 150+ games - MSPoweruser

xCloud renamed to Cloud Gaming, launches tomorrow with 150+ games - MSPoweruser

After two years of preparation, Microsoft's xCloud streaming service is now officially available. Moreover, just like with the Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC, you can expect the roster of titles to grow with new titles added all the time.

Xbox has revealed the full catalogue of Xbox games playable via Android mobile as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate releases on Android from tomorrow including Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Cloud Gaming. That means, if you want to stream games on your smartphone, you will have to subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

It uses the processing capabilities of Microsoft's Azure cloud infrastructure to stream games on devices which don't have the required hardware to run them locally.

And speaking of games, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gives access to more than 100 titles including Batman: Arkham Knight, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, DayZ, DiRT 4, Forza Horizon 4, various Gears of War and Halo games, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Middle Earth: Shadow of War, Mortal Kombat X, NieR:Automata, No Man's Sky, Sea of Thieves, Streets of Rage 4, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, three Yakuza games and a lot more.

It's not yet clear if or when the service will go live in South Africa.

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Meanwhile, thanks to Apple's App Store policies, the streaming service will only be available on Android phones and tablets. Apple and Microsoft are still negotiating how the service can be made available to iDevice users.

New members to the service can now join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate today for just $1 for the first month.

Microsoft has so far decided against doing that, calling the move a "bad experience for customers".

In fact, Microsoft is saying that subscribers will be able to play over 150 games starting tomorrow.

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