Updated by MalloDelic, May 05, 2020 at 5:01:28 p.m.
Belgian players who signed up started receiving their access this morning, and can now try xCloud.
As expected, after making its debut last year in the United States, the United Kingdom and South Korea, the test phase of Project xCloud is starting to spread in several European countries, notably in France and Germany . Microsoft today sent a burst of invitations.
If you registered by filling out the dedicated form at the beginning of the month, watch your mailbox: you may have received access to Project xCloud, the streaming game service signed by Microsoft. Nine other European countries should also be affected by this test phase (Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Netherlands and Sweden). Access will be sent gradually "to preserve the network", as explained it the American firm.
Remember that the xCloud Project (not to be confused with the Console Streaming functionality which uses the user's own console) allows you to enjoy an Xbox One game catalog on a phone or tablet thanks to the cloud. For the moment, only Android devices (version 6.0 or more recent) are affected, the application being downloadable here
Presentation of the xCloud project
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