Today, during the Inside Xbox livestream from X019, Microsoft talked more about Project xCloud.
At the moment the service includes 50+ games available for its testing phase, but Microsoft promises that additional titles will continue to be added over time.
In 2020 Project xCloud will come to Windows 10 PCs. On top of that, multiple bluetooth controllers will be supported, including the DualShock 4 from your PS4. Microsoft mentioned that a priority is to provide gamers with the ability to choose the hardware they like.
More invites to the test are coming today, and next year it will be extended to Canada, Western Europe, Japan, and India.
In 2020 you’ll also be able to play games you own via the cloud through the service, while Project xCloud will come to Xbox Game Pass.
Ken Moss from Electronic Arts then joined the Xbox team on stage announcing that the publisher partnered with Microsoft for Project xCloud.
He also revealed that Madden NFL 20 is now available to those in the testing phase of the service. Three more games will come in the next few months.
At the moment the preview of xCloud is available only on Android and only in the United States, Korea, and the United Kingdom.