The Verge has the first details, including images, of the UI for the web-based version of its game-streaming service, xCloud. Sources told the site that Microsoft employees are testing this right now before it rolls out to more people in a preview program.
“The service allows Xbox players to access their games through a browser, and opens up xCloud to work on devices like iPhones and iPads,” the report said.
scoop: here’s a first look at Microsoft’s xCloud for the web. Streaming Xbox games to your browser is coming soon, and to iPhone and iPads. Details here: https://t.co/eDlLbyMAUL pic.twitter.com/Txskna7Mza
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) February 15, 2021
The web version of xCloud is described as a “simple launcher” that recommends you titles, lets you resume games you were recently playing, and displays a whole library of titles from Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. You will need a controller to play games streamed to your browser, the report said.
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