Xbox Project xCloud Release Date Android, Why No IOS [Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Free Feature]

Xbox Project xCloud Release Date Android, Why No IOS and a Game Pass Ultimate Free feature this service is. Store: . This service brings cloud gaming to the forefront of what Microsoft provides with games being available anywhere, at anytime.

The #Xbox Project xCloud release date Android devices, going over what no IOS support is available at the moment with a brief note and also how this is bundled into Game Pass Ultimate. This also goes over the various peripherals announced to make the mobile gaming more comfortable. Experience the thrills of Gears 5, Yakuza Kiwami 2 and more on the go.


There are a wide range of options for playing today. Now, with the Xbox Project xCloud free on Game Pass Ultimate service you can stream the games to your mobile devices. This starts with Android, later growing with Windows 10 PC and finally hopefully getting on IOS devices too. This is all about playing your largest games anywhere with easy controls whether that’s with a controller via Bluetooth or using the new touch control options.

This also shows some third party peripheral options alongside the pricing of them. The Razer Kishi, MOGA XP5-X Plus Bluetooth Controller, PowerA MOGA XP7-X Plus Bluetooth Controller, MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip 2, 8BitDo SN30 Pro and more for the platform. Exciting times to try out cloud gaming through the power of the Xbox Project xCloud game service.

29 Replies to “Xbox Project xCloud Release Date Android, Why No IOS [Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Free Feature]”

  1. Zippy

    Wait wait wait im sorry if i sound dumb but is samsung android because im thinking of buying a new phone but i want xcloud so would i be able to get it on samsung?

  2. ResidentRecon89

    No xCloud for IOS cause Microsoft and Apple are both Greedy. Microsoft won’t give Apple 30% of the Game Pass Subscriptions profits and Apple won’t budge on the App Store Policies.

  3. Keith Killingly

    I wonder how much data streaming these games to your phone would take. I need to monitor how much I play cod mobile. I imagine you'd need a pretty good plan for this

    When I was younger with my psp back in the day, I remember wishing xbox would make an xbox portable so I could play halo on the go lol. This is pretty cool

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