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Microsoft demonstrates streaming service on xCloud games
Microsoft provided a live demo from the upcoming xCloud streaming service. The software developer originally introduced xCloud last year, promising a cloud-based game service that conveys games to computers, consoles, and mobile devices. While Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadela promised studies later this year, we have not yet heard much details about xCloud or when it will appear completely. Microsoft still does not have exact dates, but the company has already demonstrated xCloud public for the first time.
During Microsoft Inside Xbox last night, Microsoft showed Forza Horizon 4 streaming from the Azure company's databases on an Android device. The Xbox One controller was connected to the phone via Bluetooth, showing how it would be easy to transfer games from cloud to mobile.