Strong new statement from Microsoft about Apple's App Store policies: "Our testing period for the Project xCloud preview app for iOS has expired. Unfortunately, we do not have a path to bring our vision of cloud gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to gamers on iOS via the Apple
after reading this, I seriously need to consider getting an Android phone
Apple making ridiculous demands for apps is holding back innovation on their platform
I want to use Project xCloud and it seems I'll need to nab a Samsung device to do it
Forging partnerships with the consumer device makers and 5G network providers will be a major battleground for cloud gaming providers, as they jostle to address casual gamers’ growing appetite for more complex games. Microsoft already has a head start. #SamsungUnpacked#xCloudhttps://t.co/vkJNtPQGTr
For years you've wanted an "Xboy" handheld Xbox system. xCloud pretty much makes that happen, Turbo Express-style (i.e. playing same game at home and on the go). Really liking the variety of officially licensed peripherals too. Next big step is next month! https://t.co/uRjHe91TNq
Looking at the competitive positioning of Microsoft in terms of using cloud gaming tech to expand its audience it has strengths in the most important areas of the solution chain:
>Gaming brand & community
ICYMI: The @Halo team shared more details about Halo Infinite in this blog post https://t.co/hr2UCJsqmO Including that Halo infinite includes split screen couch gaming across both campaign & MP. Save some of your Xbox One controllers - they will all work with Xbox Series X.
Do you have Battletoads? You will on August 20th!
Zitz, Rash and Pimple are back after 26 years! Get a taste of @Dlalastudios' genre-hopping amphibian adventure below, then satiate your desire for deets about the 'Toads' raucous return right here: https://t.co/RVcSXj8Pjthttps://t.co/CZBIW6vH9O