Microsoft is allowing Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to try out its new game streaming feature (xCloud) early tomorrow, August 11th. The software giant will launch a new version of the Xbox Game Pass beta app for Android, which includes game streaming. While the game’s streaming feature, formerly known as xCloud, will be officially available on September 15, anyone can grab the beta app from the Google Play Store and try it out early tomorrow.
“As we approach the launch of cloud gaming with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on September 15, we are entering a limited beta period to ensure a smooth transition of the gaming experience in the Xbox Game Pass app on Android,”; explains one Microsoft spokesman in a statement to Verge. “Existing Xbox Game Pass (Beta) users of the app will get the opportunity to try out a subset of available titles as we prepare for the wider availability experience next month. This limited beta is critical to providing the best experience. potential for outgoing members and should not be considered an indicator of experience or the ultimate library. “
This beta streaming game will not have 100 or more full games to be available next month, but expect about 30 or more titles to be played tomorrow. Microsoft is still planning to discontinue its xCloud Preview Project on September 11, before the general launch on September 15.
If you’re interested in trying out the game (xCloud) broadcast tomorrow, then you’ll need to be an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber and have the Xbox Game Pass (beta) app from the Google Play Store.