Microsoft will integrate Project xCloud as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate at no additional cost

While Google and Nvidia already have their respective platforms for streaming video games from the cloud, Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now, working, Microsoft still has to move to the official launch of its own streaming platform for video games, Project xCloud, from the one that little by little some more details of the new service are known.

To what we have known to date, now we have to add that Project xCloud will be integrated into the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription at no additional cost, which will be officially launched next september in compatible countries.

Thanks to this integration, members will have access to a catalog of more than 100 titles from the company’s cloud, which can be enjoyed both on phones and tablets, and can even be played with users of the Xbox Live community from anywhere in the world.

And also, being cloud-based, users can leave their games at a point and resume them later both from the same device and from any other, if they wish, as is the case on transmission platforms such as Spotify or Netflix, among others.

Phil Spencer also points out that at the time of the launch of Halo Infinite, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members will have immediate access to this new title on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Project xCloud.

These details have been published in a statement focused mainly on the new generation console and the transition of users to it, paving the way in terms of the company’s position in this segment.

Before, there is a pending appointment with the Xbox Games Showcase, which will be held on July 23, and they will give a preview of Halo Infinite and other titles, plus everything they want to announce at this event.

Therefore, the wait is already coming to an end, and Project xCloud will arrive, as they say, just around the corner.

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