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Xbox Project xCloud Insider Preview Games November

November 14, 2019 at 6:37pm
By Jason Stettner

The Xbox Insider testing is live for those invited on Android based devices. This allows the players to stream a certain selection of games right to their phone/tablet options that are available. It’s a small testing setup, that is aiming to expand over time.

This will include allowing additional players in, the addition of IOS based devices and more as it goes further. It will also come to Windows 10 PC as a service in 2020, with additional screens later on.
Xbox Game Streaming games
This testing is also limited in terms of the countries that can join in. It’s been noted that this will expand as well as time goes on. There are a very limited selection of games that can be tested on, those are noted below.

xCloud Games List (Launch Testing)
-Gears 5
-Halo 5: Guardians
-Killer Instinct
-Sea of Thieves
-Tekken 7
-Devil May Cry 5
-Absolver Downfall
-Ace Combat 7
-Ark: Survival Evolved
-BattleChasers
-Bloodstained
-Bomber Crew
-Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
-Farming Simulator 17
-Felix the Reaper
-Fishing: SIm World
-For the King
-Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
-MotoCP 19
-Mutant: Road to Eden
-Ori and the Blind Forest
-Oxenfree
-Overcooked!
-Puyo Puyo Champions
-Vampyr
-Warhammer: Vermintide 2
-Forza Horizon 4
-Madden NFL 20
-Brothers
-Children of Morta
-Darksiders 3
-DayZ
-Dead by Daylight
-Dead Island Definitive Collection
-F1 2019
-Hello Neighbor
-Hitman
-Just Cause 4
-Kingdom: Two Crowns
-Mark of the Ninja Remastered
-Rad
-Shadow of the Tomb Raider
-Sniper Elite 4
-Tera
-The Hunter
-Tracks: The Train Set Game
-World of Tanks
-World or Warships
-World War Z
-WSC 7
-Yoku’s Island Express

Those are the games, more will be added. It should be noted that Forza Horizon 4 and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice were playable during the E3 build. Watch that video above, or read about that experience below. There’s also the general hub for the platform available as well.

Read our E3 Preview of xCloud
View our Xbox Hub

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner