A few months ago, Apple and Microsoft engaged in a war of words over the App Store policy, which required that each game provided by the game streaming service must be submitted for review separately.
Although Apple is trying to expand the olive branch, the powerful xCloud application is still unable to be implemented on the iOS platform, which prompted Microsoft to consider web-based solutions to stream games through the cloud on the iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft today officially announced that it will introduce the xCloud game streaming service to iOS via a mobile web browser next spring. In addition, the service is also applicable to PCs.
In the spring of 2021, we will provide cloud games that are part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on Xbox PCs through Xbox apps and browsers on iOS PCs and on iOS devices through mobile web browsers to reach more players around the world. Moving forward," the company said in its official blog. Microsoft also expanded its services to new markets including Australia, Brazil, Japan and Mexico.
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According to the introduction, the Project xCloud service will also log on to Win 10 PC next year. In addition, in the future, the official will provide more control mode support. In addition to the Xbox One wireless controller, the official will also support more wireless Bluetooth controllers including DS4 wireless controllers and Razer products next year.
Talk about xCloud, Microsoft's cloud-based game streaming service is free for all users with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Therefore, even if you don't have an Xbox console, you can still enjoy all the titles listed in the Xbox Game Pass library on your Android phone or tablet, and will soon be available on PC and iOS devices. The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription currently costs $14.99 per month in the United States.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription offers xCloud for free.
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The arrival of xCloud to Windows 10 is good news because you no longer need a powerful PC with an expensive interior to play demanding games because all the processing has been transferred to Microsoft's own server blades. Similarly, users can easily play game consoles on their iPhone and iPad. All you need is a fast internet connection and you are ready to go. Just like Microsoft's game streaming service, NVIDIA's GeForce Now and Google's Stadia are also entering iOS via the Internet.