Project xCloud: Microsoft announces the launch period of the public Beta

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Project xCloud

During the Inside Xbox event, the Xbox division of Microsoft has officially unveiled the opening date of Project XCloud Public Beta, the in-game streaming platform that will allow, among other things, access to its catalog of Xbox One titles from any device connected to the network.

From the stage of the event in streaming organized on the night between 24 and 25 September, the US technological giant confirms its willingness to carve out an important space in the increasingly promising cloud gaming services sector through a long-term plan that defines ambitious it would be an understatement. The Project XCloud Public Beta phase will be available starting in October: the first phase will take place only in the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Korea, to then expand to the other Western and Asian gaming markets.

Through Project xCloud, the highest levels of Microsoft are aiming to expand their user base and make the happiness of video game enthusiasts with the possibility of enjoying “remotely” all the titles of the Xbox One game library, and this without considering future plans which will also cover Xbox Scarlett and streaming on next-gen.