Today Microsoft announced a few more countries that will be able to access the Project xCloud Preview starting this month.
Gamers from Japan, Australia, Brazil, and Mexico will be able to enjoy the Microsoft-branded cloud gaming solution from November 18 onward.
Registrations for testing are open starting today, but xCloud won’t be part of Game Pass Ultimate in these countries before next year.
The preview is supported on Android but not on iOS, and languages available are English, Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese.
“Just over a year ago, we kicked off our Project xCloud Preview journey which has empowered the global gaming community to play Xbox console games in all-new ways, directly from the cloud. It’s been incredible to see how Project xCloud has continued to evolve with the help and support of our community.
Today, we’re excited to share that we’re bringing cloud gaming to Australia, Brazil, Japan, and Mexico through the Project xCloud Preview program on November 18, with registration opening today.
In each of these four markets, we’ll begin with this Preview to test, iterate, and gather your feedback. And next year, we’ll move to the next step and bring cloud gaming to these markets as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate; this is an important step in our journey as we look to reach more gamers around the world.”
If you’re interested in Xbox, the Xbox Series X and Series S just launched across the world, and today we saw a new trailer of Xbox All Access.
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