Oops: Microsoft can talk Project for the first time in a streaming game service called Project xCloud has been tested by several studios!
We have talked several times about how Microsoft's streaming service is evolving, but so far, the hardware itself has not been much discussed. The games (which are not publicly tested for streaming in October) are transmitted from Microsoft data centers to our device (such as mobile), and Kareem Choudhry, Xbox Streaming boss, has introduced inside the servers. Plug the inside of eight Xbox One S consoles into a 2U rack (specifically designed for Microsoft). These racks are located in 13 regions worldwide. In & # 39; a video below you can get inside & # 39; Serving servers from 1 minute 45 seconds – well, this is not a faithful but strong demonstration, but the new detail the hardware of eight Xbox One S consoles sets is important!
In the same video, Xbox CEO CEO Phil Spencer talks about not expecting a cloud-based game to launch at any moment at any time (that's why they don't put Xbox One X hardware on servers?), So the public test will be kind of a base for the program that will slowly recover over several years. The current groundwork will support xCloud for a decade, Spencer says. (That will be in the future a little bit of hardware – again, why not design with Xbox One X hardware?) The Xbox CEO also talked about how to allow Microsoft & # 39; s gaming stream goals To reach many more people worldwide than before, so you don't have to buy a console to play. Of course, the costs for us, for sure it will be, are not mentioned.
That, at Google Stadium, starts showing xCloud itself. For example, Beyond PlayStation Now, it is the Atlas of the Electronic Arts Project Atlas, as it has already been announced in future plans for the two-letter issuer. (And remember, Sony and Microsoft will work together on cloud-based technologies, just against Google …)