Microsoft’s Project xCloud Will Let You Stream Xbox Games on Android from September 15th

Microsoft has announced the launch date for Project xCloud on Android. It’ll be here on September the 15th.

In case you haven’t come across it, Project xCloud is a streaming service that costs $14.99 and gives subscribers access to a huge number of games, as well as Xbox Live Gold. 

If you’ve already got a Game Pass Ultimate subscription, xCloud is yours too. That means you can play games like Sea of Thieves, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Halo Wars 2, and many others. Over 100 games will be available when the service launches. 

Project xCloud will be limited to 22 regions when it launches, most of them in Europe. The US and South Korea will be included too. 

Alongside the streaming service, Microsoft has also revealed a new custom version of the Razr Kishi smartphone gaming peripheral, pictured above.

You’ll be able to give it a try in about a month and a half. 

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