Microsoft begins Xbox Console Streaming previews

November 2, 2019

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Earlier this month, Microsoft launched the beta testing for it's Project xCloud, a cloud-based game streaming service. On Wednesday, the company revealed that all UK and US-based Xbox beta testers in the Alpha and Alpha Skip-Ahead programs would be able to preview their Console Streaming feature, which allows you to play Xbox games on your Android device. Console Streaming might sound similar to the Project xCloud, but while xCloud presently only streams 4 games, Console Streaming converts your Xbox One console into a streaming server, giving you access to your entire game library on the go. Jonathan Hildebrandt, Principal Program Manager at Xbox, said, “We set out on this vision for game streaming earlier this month by beginning the public preview of Project xCloud, allowing you to play games directly from the cloud.

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