Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) is now being rolled out to the Xbox app on Windows 10 via the Insider program, adding another way for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to stream Xbox titles to their PCs.
The social media behemoth has added popular Ubisoft titles to its cloud gaming platform, which now covers almost the entire US population, with plans to expand to Europe next year.
Xbox Cloud Gaming is heading to all Game Pass Ultimate users in the 22 supported countries. It is also opening up the service on the web today, bringing it to Windows 10 and Apple devices.
Microsoft today said that it is working to expand cloud gaming to more devices. It aims to build the Xbox experience natively into smart TVs and introduce dedicated devices for other displays.
Today Google released a much-needed update for the web version of its cloud gaming service. Stadia for web is finally getting a search bar. Some future UI updates and features were also detailed.
PlayStation boss Jim Ryan has stated that Sony is still collaborating with Microsoft when it comes to cloud gaming, but the company's cloud strategy "will be unique and only on PlayStation".
Microsoft has announced that it's finally going to start publicly testing its cloud gaming service with select users on PC and iOS using a web portal. The beta will be invite-based, starting tomorrow.
Following its IP acquisition by 505 Games, cyberpunk slasher Ghostrunner has been announced for Amazon's cloud gaming service. The game is now available on the Luna platform in early access.
Google and Lenovo have partnered to make Stadia Pro games available for free on new Legion and IdeaPad gaming PCs for three months. The offer will be available in North America and Europe this month.
Nvidia has announced that GeForce Now is getting a new subscription tier for new members, which will cost double what existing users are paying. Current members will keep the $4.99 price, though.
The upcoming cooperative RPG by People Can Fly, Outriders, will be a launch title on the Xbox Game Pass subscription. Xbox console owners and cloud play users will have access starting on April 1.
In its weekly update, a new exclusive title for the Google Stadia platform was unveiled today. Duly christened PixelJunk Raiders, the game is scheduled to launch next month on March 1.
Google has announced that its shutting down its game development studios under Stadia Games & Entertainment, as it wants to focus on the Stadia platform and offer its technology to publishers.
Google has announced the lineup of games that will be available at no extra cost for Stadia Pro members in February, including an exclusive special edition of Journey to the Savage Planet.
Nvidia is expanding its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to more territories including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Australia in partnership with a number of telcos in those countries.
LG has announced that Google's cloud gaming service, Stadia, is being built into its smart TVs later this year. Customers will be able to play straight from the TV as long as they have a controller.
Amazon Luna is finally rolling out to Android devices after its early access release on other major platforms in October. But it only supports some Google Pixel, Samsung and OnePlus handsets for now.
Google has announced that, one year after the service launched, it's finally enabling Stadia users to livestream games directly to YouTube. The feature will be available to everyone today.
Intel has announced that it's now shipping its graphics card for data centers, simply called the Intel Server GPU. The card promises to be an efficient solution for Android cloud-based gaming.
Google is finally letting Stadia players share games they've bought or claimed through their Pro subscription with members of a family group. This feature was missing on day one of Stadia's launch.
During a surprise Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase today, it was revealed that Control and Hitman 3 are coming to the Switch in cloud versions, with the former available today.
With titles like Asphalt 9 and WWE SuperCard, Facebook has launched an array of 'cloud-streamed' games that can be played on Android phones and PCs. But support for iOS and iPadOS is missing.
Microsoft is planning to bring in three remastered LucasArts classics, Deep Rock Galactic, Celeste, and more to Xbox Game Pass soon. Cloud gaming support is also arriving to PUBG, among others.
Microsoft today announced that 10 more titles in its Game Pass Ultimate cloud gaming section have received on-screen controls support. These include Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Dead Cells, and more.
Amazon has announced the launch of its Luna game streaming service in early access. Invitations to try out the service are now being sent out, but you can only access it in the United States.
Ubisoft's popular tactical first-person shooter Rainbow Six Siege is being introduced to Xbox Game Pass later this week. The game is coming to the console variant as well as Android using cloud play.
With October approaching its halfway point, Microsoft today announced what will be included in the next Xbox Game Pass wave. Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition, Supraland, and more are incoming.
With the acquisition of Bethesda and bundling of EA Play into Game Pass, Microsoft is leading the charge towards a new era of gaming. But can the company stay in the lead once others catch on?
Amazon introduced today a new cloud gaming service that's expected to take on Google's Stadia and Microsoft's xCloud, called Luna. Customers in the U.S. can request early access to Luna from today.
Today, Microsoft revealed more than 150 games that will be available when Xbox Game Pass cloud gaming launches on September 15. Titles like Destiny 2 and Yakuza Kiwami are on the list.
Today, Apple published a list of revisions to its App Store guidelines, one of which finally allows streaming games, but those games have to be distributed individually, an issue for Microsoft.
This past week brought a slew of news from Microsoft, ranging from cloud gaming via Game Pass Ultimate to new Insider builds and even a new acquisition. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
After Microsoft announced that cloud gaming would launch through Xbox Game Pass on Android on September 15, it has been confirmed that Apple won't allow the service on the App Store.
Microsoft's Project xCloud has been promised as delivering games wherever you are, but so far it's only been on Android. The preview for iOS is ending today, unless Microsoft does something.
Microsoft has put an official date on the launch of cloud gaming as part of Xbox Game Pass, bringing the over 100 games on the service to players on smartphones, thanks to Project xCloud.
As part of this week's Stadia news, Google has announced that the service can now be used with mobile data in addition to Wi-Fi. The company also revealed the August lineup of Stadia Pro games.
Razer's new mobile controller has a very comfortable split design that makes it much easier to play your favorite games on the go. With generally great controls, it's a great option.
Google has announced that its cloud gaming service, Stadia, can now be used experimentally with any Android smartphone. The app also now offers on-screen touch controls to use in a pinch.
Google has announced a handful of new games that will be available at no additional cost to those who have subscribed to Stadia Pro. These include Superhot and the Panzer Dragoon remake.
A new Windows 10 Xbox Game Streaming app has been spotted in the Microsoft Store. The app description suggests that the app is geared towards developers readying their apps for console streaming.