Microsoft has been rapidly growing its upcoming cloud game-streaming service, xCloud. The company first launched the preview of the new service on Android back in October and only recently launched it on iPhones.
On Android, Microsoft has a good list of games to stream, but on iPhones, Microsoft allows users to play a single game due to Apple’s App Store policies.
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Microsoft is today expanding the list of games available for Android users with 5 new titles. The company is introducing Age of Wonders: Planetfall and Mudrunner, Journey to the Savage Planet, A Plague Tale: Innocence, and Cities Skyline for xCloud on Android this week.
Head into the weekend with five new games for the Project xCloud preview on Android! Today we’ve added Journey to the Savage Planet, A Plague Tale: Innocence, and Cities Skyline (1/2) https://t.co/acSWPbGq4p pic.twitter.com/AOOJFOBN4F
— Larry Hryb 🎄❄️ (@majornelson) February 21, 2020
If you have an Android device, you will be able to simply open up the app and start playing any of these 5 new titles, along with the existing list of games. As for iPhones, it still is not clear whether users will be able to play more than one game on their device via xCloud.