Game News · September 9, 2021 0

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Adds Cloud Gaming on September 15

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Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate cloud games will launch in a little over a month. Some new controllers will also be available to comfortably play the games anywhere.

In a blog post on Tuesday, Microsoft said the xCloud game will be available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on September 15. The service will be available with more than 100 games. Microsoft reiterated that all new Xbox Game Studios titles, including Halo Infinite, will also be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers on launch day.

The service will only be available for Android phones and tablets. It will be available in 22 markets, including the US, Canada and the UK. Ultimate will launch cloud gaming in additional markets, Microsoft said after ensuring the service is stable enough to be used elsewhere.

Xbox Game Pass, which costs $10 per month, will give users access to over 100 games each month. At $15 per month, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate allows Xbox Live Gold and users’ accounts to be accessed from both consoles and PCs. Microsoft said on Tuesday that Game Pass now has more than 10 million subscribers.

In addition to the new accessories that will be released with these services, xCloud players will be able to control games with Microsoft’s Xbox One Bluetooth Wireless Controller. Sony’s DualShocl 4 controllers will also support xCloud games.