xCloud Open to All Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Subscribers
xCloud, the cloud-based game streaming service of software giant Microsoft, is now available to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users.
As it is known, Microsoft has been developing its own xCloud service for a while as a competitor to Google’s Stadia and Nvidia’s GeForce Now service. It was announced that this service of Microsoft will be free to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. According to the latest statement from Microsoft, this process has been completed.
xCloud Arrives on iOS
In the statement made by Microsoft, it was stated that the xCloud system was opened to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users. As of now, users with a Windows 10 operating system or an Apple device will be able to access the xCloud service if they have an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Although it is not known when this service, which is currently available in 22 countries, will arrive in our country, it is known that efforts are being made to bring the service to Turkey.
Microsoft’s xCloud service was launched in September 2020 for devices with Android operating system. With the latest development, Windows and iOS operating systems have also been serviced. Microsoft is expected to bring more features for the xCloud service in the coming days.