Ups: Microsoft may have been the first to speak Project in a streaming game called Project xCloud he tested several studios!
We've talked about how Microsoft's content streaming service is developing, but hardware has not been so far. Games (to be publicly tested for streaming in October) will be downloaded from Microsoft data centers to our device (such as mobile), and Kareem Choudhry, the Xbox Streaming boss, introduced the inside of the servers. Insert the inside of the Xbox One S consoles in the 2U stand (specifically designed for Microsoft). These racks are located in 13 regions around the world. In the video below, you can see the inside of the servers from 1 minute 45 seconds – well, this is not a faithful but powerful presentation, but the new detail that defines the hardware of the eight Xbox One S consoles is important!
In the same video, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer says he does not expect a cloud-based game to start soon (this is why they did not install Xbox One X hardware on servers?) the public test will be a kind of foundation for a program that will slowly recover over the years. The foundation currently under way will support xCloud for a decade, says Spencer. (This will be a little difficult in the future – again, why not plan with the Xbox One X hardware?) The Xbox CEO also talked about how Microsoft's goal of gaming would allow them to reach far more people around the world than before, so you do not have to buy a game console. Of course, the costs for us will certainly not be mentioned.
So, against Google Stadium, xCloud starts running. Beyond PlayStation Now, for example, now is the Atlas of the Electronic Arts Atlas project, as was already announced in future plans for the two-letter publisher. (And keep in mind that Sony and Microsoft will work on cloud-based technologies only on Google …)