Microsoft announced today that it is expanding the availability of Xbox Cloud Gaming to Australia, Brazil, Japan, and Mexico.
“We are creating a future that combines the gaming heritage of Xbox and the power of Azure, a future where we bring high fidelity, immersive games to more than 3 billion players around the world,” Microsoft vice president Catherine Gluckstein writes in the announcement post. “We’re now taking another step forward to reach that vision: Xbox Cloud Gaming as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is launching in Brazil and Mexico later today, and Australia and Japan on October 1 [which is tomorrow].”
Microsoft made the announcement at the Tokyo Game Show, which is a virtual event this year thanks to the needlessly prolonged COVID-19 pandemic. Xbox Cloud Gaming is technically still in beta, but the service is now available in 26 countries across five continents.
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