During the last appointment with Inside Xbox, the Microsoft team officially announced the launch period of the Project xCloud public Beta, expected for October.
Now, an important new update comes, directly from the pages of the official Twitter account of Phil Spencer. As you can, in fact, verify directly at the bottom of this news, inside the twitter we can read: ” Proud of the Project XCloud team for the ance of the public preview – it’s an exciting moment at Xbox. The invitations are starting now and will continue in the over the next few weeks. We are excited that you all help shape the future of video game streaming. ” This is certainly important news for the Microsoft team, which marks another step in the development of the Redmond cloud gaming service.
According to what was shared in September, the first players to have access to the public Beta of Project xCloud will be the players residing in the areas of the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and South Korea. Later, access will be progressively extended to other eastern and western countries. Pending more details, we would like to remind you that Microsoft recently announced what will be the Project xCloud bandwidth requirements, thus offering a further step in the definition of the project.
Proud of the #ProjectxCloud team for launching the public preview – it’s an exciting time at Xbox. Invitations are rolling out now and will continue over the coming weeks. We’re excited for all of you to help shape the future of game streaming.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) October 14, 2019