Microsoft Announces XCloud Project Cloud Play Service The gaming market seems to be more exciting than ever before

Microsoft Announces XCloud Project Cloud Play Service

Microsoft Announces XCloud Project Cloud Play Service The gaming market seems to be more exciting than ever before
The gaming market seems to be more exciting than ever before with many big companies starting to gain access to their own technology as well as other development, which is happening with Microsoft, which is eager to reach the top.
The company today announced Project xCloud, a different gaming service than we used on Xbox, as the new service will provide the experience of playing across the company's servers on cloud services, meaning anyone can enjoy playing on any device they prefer; Some can play on Xbox or PC, and phone owners will also be able to play through the service.

The company says it will begin testing the platform today, while it will open the way for its general user experience in 2019. It will also allow game developers to take time to support their games on the platform, as more than 3,000 games are available on the Xbox platform the company wishes to exist, as well as attracting new developers to produce Games suitable for Project xCloud.

The company said it will supply chips to enable Xbox users to play through their new service and enjoy the usual experience.

According to the announcement, the test process that will begin today will be for tablets and smart phones that support the Bluetooth module from the company, and will be able to play through the direct touch of the screen without using the console.

The company highlighted that it will provide service to users around the world thanks to the presence of cloud services Azure in 140 countries, which helps to overcome some of the technical obstacles facing the service, especially since the most difficult of such services is a high synchronization in the transfer Data to provide a good experience, so the service support will be on the 4G and 5G networks, and speeds up to 10 Mbps so that the quality of play without problems.



Google has announced its "Project Stream" cloud service, which aims to provide a similar experience through the Chrome browser, and has started testing the service with Assassin's Creed Odyssey developed by Ubisoft and opened the way for the public to sign up for that experience.

Microsoft has long been working on developing its new service, and there have been many reports of the launch of the cloud play service from the company, until the official announcement today.
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