Microsoft Cloud Gaming Platform Announced:Project xCloud

Project xCloud : Microsoft Cloud Gaming Platform Announced


Microsoft Cloud Gaming Platform Announced:Project xCloud

Microsoft Takes His Steps To The New Future Of Gaming That Is Non Other Than the Cloud gaming.Actually The Future Of Gaming Is What Which We Can Say The Streaming Of Game On Cloud.

Microsoft New Project Which Is called As Project xCloud. This Is The Most Advanced Cloud Gaming . By The Xbox Consoles Manufacturing Company ,Microsoft Corporation.They Can Tweak Any Game From their Streaming Needs Which Is Also A Very Big Advantage For Microsoft In the Streaming Of Game On their Cloud Servers.


In Today’s World the Game Is Different By Their Platforms Like Consoles, Smartphones And PC .The Project xCloud Offers You The Seamless Experience In Almost Any Device With Their Most Advance Console Servers.

Ultimately, Project xCloud is about providing gamers — whether they prefer console or PC — new  choices in when and where they play, while giving mobile-only players access to worlds, characters and  immersive stories they haven’t been able to experience before.

The Public Trials For The Project xCloud Is About To Start In 2019.The Microsoft Main Motive Is To Create A Cloud Platform For About 2 Billion Gamers In The World.The Microsoft Uses The Custom Hardware For Their DataCenters That Immerse The Users Experience.


Microsoft Says That Their Service Available In Approx 140 Countries.

The Project xCloud will have the capability to make game streaming possible on 4G networks and will dynamically scale to push against the outer limits of what’s possible on 5G networks as they roll out globally. Currently, the test experience is running at 10 megabits per second. Their goal is to deliver high-quality experiences at the lowest possible bitrate that work across the widest possible networks, taking into consideration the uniqueness of every device and network.



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