While we have known for a while about Microsoft’s Project xCloud, the company has announced that the service will be coming to users later in October.
The latest announcement came during the Microsoft’s E3 press briefing. When the service becomes available, gamers will be able to stream games from their console to mobile devices along with other platforms. However, Microsoft didn’t reveal which mobile devices will support the upcoming product.
According to Microsoft, Xbox One customers can stream games from their Xbox One library or the titles included in the Xbox Game Pass which will is available right now. However, you should note that the full service won’t be available in October as it’s a preview version of the service. If things go well, you can expect the full release of the product shortly afterwards.
At the moment, we don’t know the pricing of the upcoming service. However, as the latest service is basically Microsoft’s response to Sony’s Remote Play for PS4, you can expect similar prices when the service launches. More details of the upcoming service should be available as we move towards the launch date.