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Microsoft debuts Project xCloud for streaming games to PCs and phones


Microsoft today revealed Project xCloud, a game streaming service that would bring the company’s games to multiple devices, including mobile. xCloud is, essentially, a gaming solution for those who don’t own an Xbox or a game-ready PC. The idea is that you can play the games on any device of your choosing, without having to pony up the money for a worthy machine. So, if you want to play Halo Infinite, Gears of War 5, or Sea of Thieves on your Android tablet, this is the device that would make that possible. Kareem Choudhry, VP of cloud gaming at Microsoft, sums up xCloud thus…

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