Microsoft xCloud Public Preview Goes Live


Microsoft has officially announced the Public Preview of its Project xCloud for Xbox users in the US, UK, and South Korea.The beta program for the Project xCloud is up now in the selected regions. Microsoft has started inviting people to join and test out their new project.

With the new Project xCloud, the XBox users can stream out the limited set of games which includes Gears 5, Halo 5: Guardians, Killer Instinct, and Sea of Thieves. This is the initial preview phase of the project and in the coming months, they will add a few more titles for the testers.

If we talk more about the Microsoft’s Project xCloud Public Preview, it requires you to have specific system configurations. It requires you to have a Microsoft account, an Android Phone or Tablet running on the Android 6.0 or Latest version. It also requires Bluetooth enabled Xbox One Controller along with Bluetooth 4.0 support.

All the contents for this Project xCloud will be provided via the company’s own Microsoft Game Streaming App. The makers are all set to make this app available on the Play Store for Android users in the coming days. The same app will be available for download after you receive an invitation from the Microsoft.

Apart from this, Microsoft further added that they are currently working with many Telecom providers in the US, UK and Korea to see how their new Project will run on the Mobile networks. You can go ahead and follow the official registration related post.

Additionally, Microsoft is also making a few advanced changes to its Xbox Live users. The giant is enabling new automated text filtration system. This feature will let the users set out filtrations to certain levels. The filtration will come in four different levels namely Friendly, Medium, Mature and Unfiltered. Depending on your requirement, you can select the Filtration level from the main menu.

Furthermore, Microsoft has also introduced Message Safety feature. You can filter and safeguard the messages by visiting the Settings menu. Go to Settings and then select General, Online safety & family and then Safety Messages.

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