The launch of Xbox Project xCloud on Android devices is almost here. It releases on September 15, 2020 and all details will be noted here within the news piece. This has a special promotional inclusion on the Samsung Galaxy Store.
It’s a partnership that will grow over time, and the Note 20 has a special extra bonus too with a bundled package offering as well. It is also available on the Google Play Store. It has a base requirement to run of Android 6.0 for phone or tablet options.
It will require a 5Ghz Wifi signal, or a mobile data connection of 10mbs down. There are also extra peripheral options that will expand the input capabilities. You can use a Xbox Wireless Controller that has Bluetooth support as the best case option aside from those extra peripherals.
Some games feature native touch screen support, with Gears 5 and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice being the first two to have it. To use the streaming service you’ll need Xbox Game Pass Ultimate which starts at $1 a month, being $14.99 USD after that. It will be available initially in twenty-two countries, with more to follow.
The markets at launch are as follows; Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
On the service you’ll find your friends list, Xbox Achievements, controller settings and saved game progress carried over in order to continue from where you left off. That’s all the information that’s important in a concise form factor. You can read our thoughts on the service for Android devices such as the Google Pixel 4 below, or the general ecosystem hub as well for further coverage.
Read our xCloud Home Network Android Preview
View our Xbox Hub