With the global concern to continue social distancing, players in certain European nations should have no problem doing so thankfully due to the new announcement made by Microsoft regarding Project xCloud. Today, it was revealed that the list of supported regions for the stream-based, on the go initiative from Microsoft has grown by almost a dozen.
Microsoft told back in November during the annual X019 event in London that fans of Project xCloud can expected that more regions can anticipate to be added to the test flight for the service. Here are al newly added countries for Project xCloud:
Luckily, those who are now granted access to Project xCloud in the listed regions are also provided with the opportunity to access the service via Apple devices as well. Initially, the first supported regions (United States, United Kingdom, South Korea) only could access Project xCloud through Android-based smart phones. But it wasn’t until this February that Apple owners could finally indulge in the service.
Even more, this opens to the expectedly approaching release of the PC version for Project xCloud as well. Just last month, The Verge received word from a undisclosed employee for Microsoft that all working for the firm were provided access to the early build of the service keyboard & mouse users. You can view the full report with images of Project xCloud for PC by heading here.
Have you tried Project xCloud yet, and on what devices?
Project xCloud Test Flight is available for specific region for Android and iOS devices.
Source: Xbox Wire