Monday, September 27


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The Steam Deck will be compatible with xCloud, according to Phil Spencer | Digital Trends Spanish

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has confirmed via Twitter that the Steam Deck will have support for xCloud, Xbox's cloud gaming service. Apparently Phil Spencer was one of the people who has been able to test Valve Corporation's new portable platform months before its launch. According to his publication, he had the Steam Deck in his hands "most of the week", and for him, it is a "really nice" device. On the other hand, in the tweet, took advantage of mentioning that xCloud —a service included in Xbox Game Pass Ultimate that allows the transmission of more than 100 games— "works well" on the Steam Deck. Was @valvesoftware this week talking w / Scott, Erik, Gabe about Steam Deck. After having mine most of the week I can say it & # 39; sa really nice device. Games with me on the go, screen siz...
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How to access Xcloud from mobile devices | Digital Trends Spanish

The streaming of video games has been made to beg, but developers and platforms are already putting all the meat on the spit to make it a reality within everyone's reach. And while there is still a long way to go, there are already a few streaming game services that are worth it. Arguably the most notable of them all is Xcloud (or Xbox Cloud Gaming), a service that lets you stream Xbox games to PCs, tablets, and mobile phones. It is a fairly new service and one that has been in development for quite some time, but it is already available on iOS and Android devices, allowing us to play Xbox games from anywhere. Since this is a new service, you may not be very sure how it works or how to access it from your mobile devices. In this guide, we will show you how to access Xcloud on iOS an...
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XCloud Platform arrives in Mexico and Brazil on November 18 | Digital Trends Spanish

Microsoft announced that Xbox's cloud gaming service (Project xCloud) will expand its coverage and will reach four other countries: Mexico, Brazil, Japan and Australia. Xbox users can now to register starting this November 12 to be part of xCloud in its preliminary version. The service will start operating from November 18. To be part of it, all you need is to register with the same account that is used on Xbox. The data requested at the time of registration are email address, country of residence, telephone service operator and brand of mobile device. According to Microsoft, the idea of ​​this preliminary phase is to test and collect the impressions and comments of the players so that from 2021, the service is integrated into Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. "Project xCloud is currently ...
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How to Play Microsoft’s xCloud on Android Devices | Digital Trends Spanish

Although Microsoft's new game streaming project is more than a month away from its official launch, it is now available to a larger number of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. From now on, you can play xCloud and stream a select number of titles to your Android devices. The service is still a beta version though, and Microsoft is quick to point out that gamers may experience some quirks while trying it out. For those interested in trying xCloud as it prepares for its official release on September 15, we have compiled the following guide to shed more light on the beta program and how it works. Read on to get the information you need. How do I find xCloud games on Android? Microsoft has decided to use its Xbox Game Pass app to give you access to xCloud titles. The...