In addition to presenting the first details of Xbox Scarlett, from Microsoft have also wanted to offer a few brief strokes of Project xCloud, which will be ready to start being tested by users in October, as well as Console Streaming, a function that allows the transmission of content from Xbox One to other mobile devices connected by the house.
That is, Console Streaming turns Xbox One into “our own personal and free xCloud server” ” able to give access to Sea of Thieves, for example, and the entire Xbox Game Pass catalog to be subscribed, from the comfort of our bed and our smartphone. If the plans foreseen by Microsoft are fulfilled, this new feature could be available in early access for October.
Console Streaming is only an advance of what Project xCloud will give, with little prominence in the Microsoft conference at the E3 2019 but present at the fair through various devices that will demonstrate to the public that it is capable of carrying Halo 5: Guardians and Hellblade: Sensa’s Sacrifice in the palm of their hands with the strength of the servers that Microsoft has for the platform.
Again, Microsoft insisted on the goal of allowing users to play whatever they want, with friends they want, how and where they want.
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