How Microsoft Project Xcloud Will Shape Xbox Gaming?

August 26, 2019

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Microsoft is going to implement its gaming streaming service xCloud which will change the scenario of Xbox games. It is implemented away later when Playstation launched its PS Now service. xcloud is a cloud-based streaming service it implies the streaming of games without any modifications, all Xbox One games can run through the cloud and can be played on any device. Xbox xcloud will have extended their no of data centers for the latency purposes. So to provide an uninterrupted and smooth experience for the users. Microsoft is currently working out on the servers which required for xCloud, but it’s revealing today that the service has the technical capability to stream more than 3,500 games” without developers needing to make any changes to their titles.

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