Project xCloud for PC, Microsoft's video game service in the cloud, shows the first images of the interface that will land in spring

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Since September 2020, any user with Android has been able to enjoy Project xCloud, Microsoft’s video game service in the cloud that allows you to play video games without the need for a powerful console.

However, until now it was impossible to do so on a computer, TV or even on iOS because of the App Store’s privacy issues since there was no app or web version for it.

What is it and how does Microsoft Rewards, the service that rewards you with money for playing on Xbox or using Bing, work?

Now, as we have been able to find out The Verge the PC service is about to land and xCloud is already available in different browsers. So much so that some images of the interface that the service will have in Google Chrome or Edge have already been shown.

As you can see, the interface shows a huge screen with the newly added titles, the ones that are leaving the service, the available genres, as well as the full library of titles below.

The most interesting thing is that through offering the service through a web browser – everything points that it must be based on Chromium (Edge, Chrome) – users with iPhone and iPad will also be able to enjoy Project xCloud since Apple does not allow applications of this type in the App Store.

As for the arrival of the service, everything points to it being available in the spring, although there is no specific date. Anyway, seeing how advanced it is, it is logical to think that soon you can enjoy a public beta.

If you are not sure what Project xCloud is all about, it is a service that draws directly from Xbox Game Pass Ultimate video games -which has a monthly price of 12.99 euros- and that will let you enjoy the huge library of games through your home wifi connection or even through 4G or 5G networks.

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