Console Streaming Rolls Out Worldwide to Xbox Insiders

The Xbox team announced a major expansion to its Console Streaming offering as they continue to test the xCloud infrastructure for full rollout later this year. As of today, Xbox Insiders in “all Xbox One supported countries” are now able to test the feature.

“Xbox Console Streaming is our new system feature that enables you to play your owned and installed Xbox One games, including Xbox Game Pass titles, on your Android phone or tablet, streamed from your home console. We view the public preview as an important step in our journey to deliver game streaming to Xbox players around the world! We are learning from Xbox Insiders like you whenever you participate in these new technologies.

Team Xbox is pleased and encouraged by the response from those Xbox Insiders in the US and the UK who have participated since we launched in October. The community has provided invaluable feedback that has already improved the experience. And we’re continuing to roll out improvements over the course of the preview. In fact, Xbox Insiders joining us today will soon benefit from the latest improvements in an upcoming update. We look forward to receiving even more feedback from a broader set of players in a wider variety of environments from all over the world!”

If you’re interested and have yet to sign up, you can find all of the details via the official site here!

Our initial test of Project xCloud was very impressive and in case you haven’t read our article or seen our footage, you can find that here as well!

 

Author: Seasoned Gaming

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    1. Hello. Be sure to check the links and info on the official Xbox site we linked. There are qualifications you have to meet such as your console being in the preview program and you being an Xbox Insider. Also remember this is Console Streaming and not xCloud. Hope that helps!

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