Microsoft has revealed that it's expanding its Xbox Cloud Gaming (Project xCloud) service to four more countries next week on November 18th, which are Australia, Brazil, Japan and Mexico.
Initially, xCloud will be available in these nations in Preview form with a "curated library of great games", and the intention is to move out of Preview and release officially at some point in 2021.
During this Preview you’ll have access to a curated library of great games for free, including favorites from Xbox Game Studios such as “Minecraft Dungeons,” “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” and “Forza Horizon 4” in addition to some fantastic content from our partners such as “Black Desert,” “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds,” and “Yakuza 0.”
As expected, this Preview is applicable for Android devices only (for now), and if you want to get involved, you'll need to sign up over at the official Project xCloud Preview website as soon as possible.
"While the Project xCloud Preview is invite-only, we want as many of you to get to play as possible, so we’ll continue to send out invites over the coming days and weeks."
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