The format holder has equipped its datacenters with custom hardware to ensure it is compatible with existing and 'future Xbox games, ' so it's obviously going to play a part in Microsoft's next-generation console plans. Let us know in the comments! The term 5G refer to a set of technologies that promise to bring internet speeds 10 to 100 times faster than what today's infrastructure supports. Not only that, the streamed games are meant to be at PC and console-level fidelity and speed. They noted that the service is "up and running today", and will be ready to be scaled out and delivered after adequate testing. It's pretty exciting that Microsoft's game streaming initiative now has a name and a general window for when it will be available for the public to try, so we'll definitely be watching this as we close in on 2019. Definitely interesting, especially since prior to this, services that offered a similar offering used off-shelf technology - such as Nvidia's Gird offering.
You can check a new video below introducing the service.
Today, the games you play are very much dictated by the device you are using. Project xCloud is about providing gamers. new choices in when and where they play, while giving mobile-only players access to worlds, characters and immersive stories they haven't been able to experience before.
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"Our vision is for gamers to have access to the same content via game streaming that they do on other platforms, without any additional work required by the game developer", the spokesperson said. We'll begin public trials in 2019 so we can learn and scale with different volumes and locations.
Back at E3 2018, Microsoft's Phil Spencer came on stage and announced that Microsoft was looking at ways to allow gamers to, in the future, stream games on any device without needing to own powerful gaming hardware.
According to Microsoft, the company has created a new type of blade server by assembling the components of several Xbox One systems.