Imagine a world where you can play all of your favourite Xbox games on any device you wish, whether that’s a smartphone, iPad or a budget laptop. The emergence of xCloud turns this fantasy into a reality, with the threat of making budget gaming PCs redundant in the near future.
Microsoft’s cloud-streaming xCloud service is currently only available (through Game Pass Ultimate) on Android smartphones, but that’s about to change.
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