Microsoft’s Xbox has been one of the dominant gaming platforms for a long time now, but times are changing and a lot of focus is shifting to cloud-based platforms. With just a few months to go until launching its next Xbox, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has said he views Google Stadia and Amazon as the company’s “main” competition.
Microsoft Project xCloud Stories February 5
Microsoft Project xCloud Stories January 22
Microsoft’s xCloud streaming preview expands to Canada, its fourth country
Microsoft’s future competitor to Stadia, Project xCloud, has been expanding its capabilities over the past several months. The company has big ambitions for xCloud in 2020, and today, it’s announcing a new supported country with Canada.
Microsoft Project xCloud Stories January 21
Microsoft’s xCloud game streaming picks up 15 games including Stadia flagship Destiny 2
While game streaming is a surprisingly full market, the two biggest rivals at the moment are Google Stadia and Microsoft’s Xbox One powered xCloud Preview. Today, Microsoft’s Project xCloud has added 15 more games to its library, including Stadia’s flagship title Destiny 2.
Microsoft Project xCloud Stories November 14, 2019
Google Stadia is set to launch next week, but missing features and a tiny launch list of games is hurting the platform’s debut. Today, Microsoft announced that its xCloud streaming service would debut in full next year and, as a kick to Stadia’s pants, the service just added 50 more games too.
Microsoft Project xCloud Stories September 25, 2019
Microsoft prepares public preview of its Google Stadia competitor, Project xCloud
Game streaming is poised to make some big changes to the industry over the next few years, and Google Stadia is helping to lead the charge. Now, Microsoft’s “Project xCloud” is accepting sign-ups for a public preview of the platform.