Microsoft’s Project xCloud is official with a rebranding to Xbox Cloud Gaming which sounds just a tad on the clunky side. That is not something that can be said for the product’s launch line-up of gaming titles nor the sheer value for money that the Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) service offers in conjunction with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription which has made its debut with more than 150 games in its inventory. We’ve got the full list of gaming titles for you after the break, and we’ll update the post as and when Microsoft adds new games to the (xCloud) list.
In what can only be called a broadside shot at Google Stadia, Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming serving doesn’t even need the purchase of a gaming console. So long as you have a reasonably modern Android smartphone or tablet, a supported gaming controller, WiFi or cellular connection, and a subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can play any of the games available, all for the current price of $15 monthly.
We’ll update the list of titles supported by xCloud as and when Microsoft adds new games to the list. Don’t forget, you can sign up here for a month’s trial subscription to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for just $1, after which the price will increase to the standard $15 monthly.
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