To better meet the coming Google Stadia, Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service is now set to add more than 50 games next year, including Devil May Cray 5, Tekken 7 and Madden 2020, a month after previews. At the same time, officials announced that Canada, India, Japan and Western Europe, outside the united States, the United Kingdom and South Korea, would be the applicable areas for xCloud previews in 2020.
In addition, xCloud, currently only available for Android phones and tablets, will also be available on Windows PCs and other devices next year. And there’s a lot more options for a combination of controllers, and while there’s only an Xbox handle now, next year’s Sony Dual Shock 4 or ThunderBolt products will also have a chance to try Halo. Finally, Microsoft confirmed that xCloud’s streaming will be extended to works already owned by players and Xbox GamePass. It seems that in order to get the lead in the early stages of the development of the game string popular industry, Microsoft is really moving a lot of brains.
Microsoft has shown a lot of new content on the X019 for the “InsideXbox” broadcast. Now they’ve revealed when the next live broadcast will take place.
In the broadcast of the event, we saw an official mention that the next event would take place in 2020.
“Inside Xbox” is a series of semi-regular live events, much like Nintendo’s Direct and Sony’s State of Play events, in which Microsoft provides news and information presentations related to the Xbox brand.
Of course, that doesn’t mean we’ll have to wait until next year to see more xbox-related news. Phil Spencer, the department’s director, himself mentioned that first-party games will be announced in the near future, and that it will be nearing the TGA’s annual game awards.