Those Xbox gamers that were interested in trying out the Project xCloud service next month will now be able to get signed up for it.
Microsoft announced during today’s Inside Xbox special today that it has begun accepting sign-ups, which you can do here. Although this does not guarantee entry, this enables select users to take part in the program. Players can stream their favorite Xbox experiences across several Android devices.
“With Xbox Game Streaming (Preview), players will have more ways to play on the devices they already own, where and when they want to play,” the product page explains.
Sign-up is relatively easy. After entering information for their Xbox account, users can select the Android device of their choice (including Samsung, Google, and Razer, among others), as well as their country of residence, mobile device model, postal code and carrier. They can also select whether they will have access to a blue-tooth Xbox controller, which they recommend for more intense games. These include Gears 5, Sea of Thieves, Killer Instinct and Halo 5: Guardians.
Microsoft will pair up with T-Mobile for the beta in the U.S. to guarantee that performance picks up as time goes on. It has already noted that it will make improvements as it goes on until the service eventually launches in the future.
A specific date wasn’t given on the beta just yet, but it should launch sometime next month for select users. Hopefully, it’ll unfold for more and more people to try in the forthcoming year.
Again, if you want to jump in and join the fun, you can do so at this link.