Starting tomorrow, you can play Xbox games on your iPhone, among other things

play Xbox games on your iPhone

Microsoft's cloud gaming service simply called Xbox Cloud Gaming (also known as Project xCloud) will launch a limited beta test tomorrow for owners of PCs and Apple iPhones and iPads.

It is a service through which users will be able to play some Xbox games via a regular internet browser on PCs or Apple mobile devices. And through the magic of cloud gaming, of course.

For starters, Microsoft promises that the service will support playing over 100 titles from the Xbox Game Pass offering, and supported browsers will be Chrome, Edge, and Safari. This means, for example, that you’ll be able to play some high-budget Xbox hit on your iPhone’s small screen. You will be able to use the touch screen itself or the full-frame controller (USB or Bluetooth) to control it.

But before you get too excited about this idea, keep in mind that this is a very limited beta test that you can only get into by invitation. Microsoft will start sending invitations from tomorrow, and only selected Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will receive them. Of course, keep in mind that Croatia is not yet on the list of supported countries for this service, and in the blog post in which all this was announced, there is no mention of the upcoming expansion of Xbox services to countries in our region.

By the way, Xbox Cloud Gaming has been available since September last year on Android, and the service has received a lot of positive reviews from those who tried it among the first.

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