Shortly before officially presenting Project Scarlett, Phil Spencer took the stage of E3 2019 in Los Angeles to confirm that a first test of Project xCloud, the streaming gaming platform of the Redmond giant, will be held in October.
As shown briefly in the twitter that you find at the bottom of the news, this test will allow users to turn their Xbox One into a personal server and play their library via streaming(including the titles you have access to via Xbox Game Pass) on multiple devices (including, of course, the PC and mobile devices).
“We at Xbox take every decision guided by the belief that gaming is for everyone” , Spener’s hot comment. “This is why we continue to innovate hardware and services, and this is why we are joining communities through cross-play . “
At the moment no further details have been released, there will probably be a few more months to wait before knowing the final xCloud offer. The Microsoft conference ended with the new trailer of the highly anticipated Halo Infinite , the new chapter in the series scheduled for launch with the Xbox Scarlett in the fall of 2020.