Project xCloud Game Streaming Coming To PC In 2020

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Project xCloud Game Streaming Coming To PC In 2020

Project xCloud Game Streaming Coming To PC In 2020

Project xCloud is Microsoft’s upcoming game streaming service along the lines of Google Stadia. The preview launched in October, and since then many gamers are testing it out on Android phones. However, it looks like that’s about to change soon.

Project xCloud players will be able to stream those Xbox One games to Windows PC next year, and Microsoft says it’s “collaborating with a broad set of partners to make game streaming available on other devices as well.”

The first part of the expanded public test is the addition of more than 50 titles to the Project xCloud preview. The list of new games includes first-party games such as Crackdown 3, Halo Wars 2, Ori and the Blind Forest, and State of Decay 2, as well as third-party games Devil May Cry 5, Tekken 7, Madden NFL 20, Hitman, Ark: Survival Evolved, and Borderlands: The Handsome Collection.

There are hundreds of millions of Windows 10 users out there, and not everyone wants to own a console. This is a great way to get them gaming. Hopefully, the quality will hold up on larger displays. In order to make the title work with existing hardware, Microsoft plans to support more Bluetooth controllers like Sony’s DualShock 4 and devices from Razer.

Project xCloud supported games

Here’s what the full line-up for Project xCloud will look like through 2020, broken down by studio [Note that an *asterisk* denotes a game already on the service]:

505 Games 

“Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night” 

• “Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons” 

Avalanche Studios 

• “theHunter: Call of the Wild” 

Bandai Namco 

• “Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown” 

• “RAD” 

• “SOULCALIBUR VI” 

• “Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition” 

• “Tekken 7” 

Bigben Interactive 

• “WRC 7” 

Capcom 

• “Devil May Cry 5” 

Codemasters 

• “F1® 2019” 

Curve Digital 

• “For the King” 

Devolver Digital 

• “Absolver” 

EA 

• “Madden NFL 20” 

Fatshark Games 

• “Vermintide 2” 

Focus Home Interactive 

• “Vampyr” 

Funcom 

• “Conan Exiles” 

• “Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden” 

IO Interactive 

• “Hitman” 

Klei Entertainment 

• “Mark of the Ninja: Remastered” 

Koch Media 

• “Dead Island: Definitive Edition” 

KRAFTON 

• “TERA” 

Mad Dog Games LLC 

• “World War Z” 

Pearl Abyss 

• “Black Desert Online” 

Rebellion 

• “Sniper Elite 4” 

SEGA • “Puyo Puyo Champions” 

Square Enix 

• “Just Cause 4” 

• “Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition” 

 

• “World of Final Fantasy® Maxima” 

 

Studio Wildcard 

 

• “ARK: Survival Evolved” 

 

Take-Two Interactive 

 

• “Borderlands: The Handsome Collection” 

 

• “WWE 2K20” 

Team17 

 

• “Overcooked!” 

 

• “Yoku’s Island Express” 

 

THQ Nordic 

 

• “Battle Chasers: Nightwar” 

 

• “Darksiders 3” 

tinyBuild 

• “Hello Neighbor” 

Unknown Worlds 

• “Subnautica” 

Wargaming 

• “World of Tanks: Mercenaries” 

• “World of Warships: Legends” 

Xbox Game Studios 

• “Crackdown 3” 

• “Forza Horizon 4” 

• “Gears of War: Ultimate Edition” 

• “Gears 5” * 

• “Halo 5: Guardians” * 

• “Halo Wars 2” 

• “Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice” 

• “Killer Instinct” * 

• “Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition” 

• “ReCore: Definitive Edition” 

• “Sea of Thieves” * 

• “State of Decay 2” 

• “The Bard’s Tale IV: Director’s Cut”

Project xCloud was officially announced in 2018. The platform aims to bring game streaming to a variety of platforms via the cloud and eventually let users stream games from their own Xbox consoles to mobile phones, PCs, and other devices.

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