While windows 10 PCs built on the ARM platform are good, one of the short boards is the lack of native ARM64 game content. Even with the simulator, the x64 game simply doesn’t work. The good news is that Microsoft announced last month that its Project xCloud game streaming service will be available on the Windows 10 platform by 2020. At the same time, it confirmed at the Qualcomm SnapDragon Technology Summit that the service will support ARM64.
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One big news around Project xCloud is that it frees up the device’s local computing needs and puts the game running in the cloud. The actual system resources of the end device are not important, so Windows 10 ARM64 devices will also benefit from this.
In addition, ARM PCs are always connected, meaning users can play games anywhere without having to store on their devices.
With the addition of Qualcomm SnapDragon 8c and 8cx 5G chipsets, it also offers lower latency and greater bandwidth. This is undoubtedly a perfect combination for game streaming.
Unfortunately, Project xCloud is still only testing early on Android devices. You have to wait until next year to experience it on your Windows 10 ARM64 PC.