Microsoft “Netflix” Game Subscription Launched

Microsoft Netflix game subscription will be officially launched on September 15th, supporting hundreds of Xbox streaming games. Gamers will be able to stream Microsoft’s Xbox Games. iOS device users may have to wait.

Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming in the “Netflix mode” is expected to be launched on Android devices on September 15.
According to the official, the service will be paired with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate game subscription, at $15 a month, you can play 100 games on mobile phones and tablet computers.

Microsoft said that the company’s goal is to use Xbox Game Pass services on all devices. The iOS version entered the testing phase in February this year, but officials did not disclose when the official version will be available on the iPhone and iPad.

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Microsoft Project xCloud is expected to be launched on the Android platform on September 15. The app is called Xbox Game Pass, and the first wave is open to 22 countries/regions, including Italy, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Austria, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.

Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming in the “Netflix mode” is expected to be launched on Android devices on September 15.

Microsoft's Project xCloud game streaming in the "Netflix mode" is expected to be launched on Android devices on September 15.

According to the official, the service will be paired with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate game subscription, at $15 a month, you can play 100 games on mobile phones and tablet computers.
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Microsoft said that the company’s goal is to use Xbox Game Pass services on all devices. The iOS version entered the testing phase in February this year, but officials did not disclose when the official version will be available on the iPhone and iPad.

Microsoft Project xCloud is expected to be launched on the Android platform on September 15. The app is called Xbox Game Pass, and the first wave is open to 22 countries/regions, including Italy, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Austria, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.

Also, Microsoft announced that it would cooperate with Samsung to launch Xbox Game Pass App on One Store in South Korea / Galaxy Store overseas. It can be expected that at the Samsung press conference at 10 o’clock tonight, Microsoft will bring further explanations.

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