Microsoft has revealed the full (and rather large) launch lineup for their cloud streaming service.
Earlier today, Microsoft finally pulled back the curtain on the entire launch lineup for their cloud streaming service: Xcloud. When it goes live tomorrow on September 15th, users will have access to over 170 titles immediately.
That number will only grow as Microsoft adds new titles to Xbox Game Pass as well. Cloud streaming is available as part of Microsoft’s Game Pass Ultimate subscription at no additional cost. Of course, the main caveat here is that cloud streaming is only available to Android users currently. There was a test for the service on iOS earlier this year, but even after Apple recently updated their terms of service for cloud streaming inclusion, it isn’t a good user or developer experience, and doesn’t work in its current state.
We’ll see if that changes in the future, but for now anyone with an Android can take full advantage of the new service starting tomorrow. We’ve been playing on Streets of Rage 4 through the streaming service in its current beta phase, so it’ll be great to have such a huge number of games to try out. The full list of games can be seen over at the Xbox blog page.