Microsoft xCloud Adds 50 New Games and Confirms 2020 Launch

The Microsoft xCloud preview will now be offering over 50 games and has been confirmed to launch in 2020.

Microsoft xCloud with 50 Games!

A few weeks after releasing a Public Preview of its Project xCloud game streaming platform in select markets, Microsoft announced plans for next year’s official roll-out of the product for general users. The company also revealed that 50 more games would be added to the site, taking the total number of titles available to 55.

xCloud Games List: 

  • Absolver
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
  • ARK: Survival Evolved
  • Battle Chasers: Nightwar
  • Black Desert Online
  • Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
  • Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
  • Conan Exiles
  • Crackdown 3
  • Darksiders 3
  • Dead Island: Definitive Edition
  • Devil May Cry 5
  • F1 2019
  • For the King
  • Forza Horizon 4
  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition
  • Halo Wars 2
  • Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
  • Hello Neighbor
  • Hitman
  • Just Cause 4
  • Madden NFL 20
  • Mark of the Ninja: Remastered
  • Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden
  • Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
  • Overcooked!
  • Puyo Puyo Champions
  • RAD
  • ReCore: Definitive Edition
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
  • Sniper Elite 4
  • Soulcalibur VI
  • State of Decay 2
  • Subnautica
  • Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition
  • Tekken 7
  • Tera
  • The Bard’s Tale IV: Director’s Cut
  • theHunter: Call of the Wild
  • Vampyr
  • Vermintide 2
  • World of Final Fantasy Maxima
  • World of Tanks: Mercenaries
  • World of Warships: Legends
  • World War Z
  • WRC 7
  • WWE 2K20
  • Yoku’s Island Express

The company also announced plans to roll it out for future Windows PCs. Although there are no details of Project xCloud’s pricing, ETA or global availability yet, it is more likely to occur early next year. The time it launches, you’ll be able to use third-party gamepads such as Sony PlayStation’s DualShock 4 controller.

Microsoft’s head of gaming, Phil Spencer, has said that the company plans to integrate Project xCloud with Xbox Game Pass next year, enabling players to stream games directly from the cloud without downloading them on their computers.

Last September, Microsoft launched public beta registrations for its xCloud game streaming service in the US, UK and Korea. This will provide a tough competition to the Stadia which has only 12 Games as of now.

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