MICROSOFT GAME FLOW SERVICE Project xCloud is now online, although available only as a preview and limited to Android devices.
Currently available in the UK, the US and Core, preview allows mobile players to stream Halo 5: Guardians, Killer Instinct, Gears of War 5 and Sea of thieves from custom servers running on the Microsoft Azure cloud to a mobile device.
It is not the full-fledged Project xCloud that Microsoft presented E3 2019 earlier in the year. this promises the possibility of streaming on all kinds of devices and channeling games from your Xbox One to a compatible device, thus transforming your home console into its own xCloud server.
But that remains a step in the right direction when it comes to making streaming a less tedious game and transforming it into something which could ultimately allow people to end up abandoning consoles and gaming PCs for a controller and good Internet connection.
The latter is a little trickier in the UK, because despite efforts to get very high speed in almost every home in Britain, there are still plenty of places to get by with the slow internet connection you want. sometimes keep your laptop away from the window and sit back and watch the wall and sip warm water.
However, if it turns out to be successful, Project xCloud could really mess things up in the video game world. It would also mean that Google's game streaming service Stadia will also have to promote its game A; we expect the service to be ready before 2019 closes its books.
We do not have access to the xCloud project preview, but we will endeavor to do so and indicate whether it is the future of the game or the rehearsal of the game in wet streaming.