During the Microsoft E3 2019 conference, fans were treated to more information about Project xCloud. During the E3 conference, the Project xCloud release date and console streaming details were revealed. The new Project xCloud details are something that fans have been wondering about for a while and come ahead of the promised 2019 beta, which we now know more about. Microsoft is holding true to its word and has released a lot more information about the Project xCloud release date and console streaming, keep reading to find out the latest news!
Project xCloud release date and console streaming details revealed
Project xCloud is an initiative from Microsoft to bring all of its brands into the Xbox family. With the streaming service, players will be able to play their games on a variety of different Microsoft devices. Project xCloud will be releasing on a beta period in October 2019. During this beta period, players will be able to preview Project xCloud and stream using xCloud on their Xbox. This is just another small step in the long journey of the Project xCloud launch.
Additionally, there will be a preview of Project xCloud available for the attendees of the Microsoft E3 2019 press conference. So, there may be more information coming about the latest streaming service later, but for now, this is all that we know. Microsoft went on to share a little bit of information about its upcoming console, but no major news was shared.
Project xCloud will not be the only game streaming service coming in the near future, with Stadia hot on its heels. Just last week, Google released new information surrounding its own game streaming service, including the Stadia price, launch games, and how it will work. If you missed out on those announcements, you can use this link to catch up!