Microsoft xCloud contains more than 150 games
Microsoft xCloud contains more than 150 games

Microsoft announced that the subscription service (Xbox Game Pass Ultimate) can play more than 150 games.

The game streaming service was previously known as (xCloud) and is expected to launch on September 15th (today) for Android tablets and phones.

(XCloud) comes with the function of streaming games (Xbox Game Pass Ultimate), and Microsoft is releasing application updates (Xbox Game Pass) for Android in 22 countries / regions.

These countries include Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The list of more than 150 games does not include EA Play games. Microsoft announced last week that it will add (EA Game) to (Xbox Game Pass Ultimate), but it will not be able to use these games until later (xCloud).

The software giant has also promised to use in-game touch controls for optimization (xCloud) and will use Minecraft Dungeons to launch the first game to use touch controls that can be used to control the size of the main commands shown. on the screen.

Microsoft previously introduced touch controls in (Gears 5), and testers (xCloud) gained access to in-game touch controls (Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice) for about a month. We have more in the coming months. Many games have a touch control function. .

Since Apple bans services like (xCloud), this service (xCloud) is not initially available on iPhones or iPads.

Apple revised its app store rules last week so that game streaming services (like xCloud or Stadia) can be integrated with iOS or iPadOS.

Apple wants companies like Microsoft to use their broadcast technology to broadcast games as separate apps.

Microsoft is not satisfied with this request and it is not certain whether it will eventually collect and stream some games on the iPhone or iPad.

Microsoft described Apple's move as a bad experience for customers, noting that movie or song streaming apps do not need to bundle content into separate apps.

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