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    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar

    Project xCloud

    Microsoft va incepe din acest an testarile publice ale serviciului de cloud gaming.

    Sunt foarte curios sa vad cum merge pe 4G in Romania, daca va fi disponibil.
    In caz contrar, prin VPN nu cred ca-l vom putea accesa.

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    Member Xander Ro's Avatar
    Sigur ca va fi disponibil, este ca si cum imi conectez Xbox One-ul la 4G hotspot la telefon, iar compania la care am abonamentul de Internet acasa are mereu grija sa fac chestia asta

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    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Pai nu e acelasi lucru. Cand conectezi consola la internet, se trimit doar cateva pachete de autentificare, dar procesarea se face hardware la tine, local, deci nu-ti trebe super timp de raspuns pe partea te internet, ci intre consola si gamepad.

    In schimb daca e totul cloud based si se face procesarea in norisor, atunci iti trebe timp de raspuns foarte mic, astfel incat in momentu in care misti de manetuta, sa raspunda instant personajul.

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    Member Xander Ro's Avatar
    Am inteles acum la ce te referi, da asa este.
    Am crezut ca te referi ca nu vom putea accesa serviciul in sine iar strict din punctul asta de vedere n-ar trebui sa fie blocaje.

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    Senior Member Se7en Fury's Avatar
    Tipa aia are impresia ca o să îi meargă ei în Metroul Londonez

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    Why so serious ? razvanrazy's Avatar
    Daca au acoperire buna de 4G, atunci o sa mearga.

    Desigur, nu e acelasi lucru, dar in functie de locatie si eu pot juca PUBG pe telefon in metrou (depinde de statii).

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    Member lukecelmare's Avatar
    With Microsoft looking to bring "console quality" streaming to phones and tablets with Project xCloud, how will the company achieve that when touch controls are still pretty bad? It seems the company is looking to bring physical controllers to mobile devices to offset this problem, according to these Microsoft Research papers.

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    Member lukecelmare's Avatar
    mai multe detalii in noaptea asta .

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    Senior Member paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Ars Technica
    Roughly one year after announcing plans for its Project xCloud game streaming service, Microsoft will roll out a public test of xCloud next month for Android users in the United States, United Kingdom, and South Korea.

    Interested players can sign up for the preview now and look for potential invites in the coming weeks. But Microsoft stresses that the test will initially be open only to "a limited number of participants," with invitee totals "slowly increasing" over time.

    Invited testers will need a device running Android 6.0 or higher with Bluetooth 4.0 compatibility, a Microsoft account, and an Xbox One wireless controller to use the free streaming test app, Microsoft said. Testers will be able to stream via Wi-Fi or mobile networks, and Microsoft has partnered with various mobile carriers to analyze and optimize the experience.

    The preview will include access to Halo 5: Guardians, Gears 5, Killer Instinct, and Sea of Thieves to start, and Microsoft is promising more titles will be added as the preview progresses. All games will be available to invited testers for streaming free of charge during the preview.

    Past the free limited test, Microsoft didn't provide any information on launch timing or pricing for the formal xCloud launch. But the company did say that testing will continue "until customers are consistently reporting a great, fun experience and the technology meets our internal quality standards... Project xCloud is a technology, and these trials serve as our opportunity to test, improve and garner feedback."
    Microsoft launching public xCloud streaming test on Android in October | Ars Technica

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    There are two ways to stream

    Stream from the cloud

    Project xCloud (Preview)

    Play Xbox favorites on your Android phone or tablet directly from the cloud with Project xCloud (Preview).

    Stream from your Xbox One console

    Xbox Console Streaming (Preview)

    Play Xbox One games installed on your console, including Xbox Game Pass games, on your Android phone or tablet in the Xbox Console Streaming (Preview).
    Xbox Game Streaming (Preview) | Xbox

    Project xCloud Public Preview: Help Us Shape the Future of Game Streaming - Xbox Wire
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    Senior Member paul's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Xbox
    More Games: 50+ titles available in the Preview

    Content is key for a great game streaming experience. With nearly two decades in the console space, we have developed strong relationships with creative partners across the industry who produce a wide variety of games. We also have 15 first-party studios continuing to create amazing games. It’s our fundamental belief that this content is available for gamers to play when and how they choose.
    We’re excited to say that we’re adding more than 50 new titles from over 25 of our valued partners. Games such as Madden NFL 20, Devil May Cry 5, and Tekken 7 are now in the Preview library. Check out the full list of titles here. This is another step in the journey, and we will continue to add more games over time.

    More Ways to Play: Expanding device & input types

    Mobile phones provide a fantastic on-the-go gaming experience, but our goal is to continue to provide people with even more ways to play. Next year, we’ll bring Project xCloud to Windows PCs, and are collaborating with a broad set of partners to make game streaming available on other devices as well.
    Enabling people to play games on the device of their choice goes beyond a phone or tablet, it extends into how you control the game. In addition to using an Xbox One wireless controller, we’ll expand support to more Bluetooth controllers beginning next year, including the DualShock 4 wireless controller and game pads from Razer.

    More Opportunities for Players around the World to get involved

    Since beginning the preview, we’ve been sending out waves of invites to registered gamers, and today, we’re sending out additional invites so more people can experience Project xCloud. We will continue inviting more and more players over the course of the preview, so if you have not already registered, you can sign up here.
    We will also bring Project xCloud Preview to more markets beginning in 2020, such as Canada, India, Japan, and Western Europe. Expanding to additional markets over time is an important step in our journey to delight the 2 billion gamers in the world. We’ll have more details to share soon on when and how to register.
    Quote Originally Posted by Xbox
    We believe in the freedom to play and the freedom to choose. In 2020 we will enable gamers to stream from the cloud Xbox games that they already own or will purchase. We will also add game streaming from the cloud to Xbox Game Pass. Gamers will be free to discover, choose, and play their favorite games anywhere and everywhere.
    X019: Expanding Project xCloud with More Games, More Ways to Play, and More Players - Xbox Wire
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