Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available in 28 countries
This week, Microsoft announced the expansion of its Xbox Cloud gaming platform in both geography and device compatibility. Gamers in Argentina and New Zealand will now be able to access Xbox Cloud Gaming on their phones, tablets and PCs. And later this month, a new Xbox TV app will allow eligible users to play games on Samsung Smart TV from Microsoft’s cloud gaming library.
In the first bit of news, Katherine Gluckstein, vice president and product head of Xbox Cloud Gaming, commented: “We have heard from gamers in Argentina and New Zealand that accessing Xbox cloud gaming is a priority and we are thrilled to make it a reality.”
Microsoft last September Launched the service In Australia, Brazil, Mexico and Japan. Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available in 28 countries, 27 of which are on the list to access the upcoming Xbox TV app, an announcement that makes cloud gaming great: Users can now play games on their TV – the old school way – without an Xbox console.
By playing a game on a nearby server and streaming to the player, Cloud Gaming frees the player from the hassle of relying on a computer or console with powerful, expensive graphics and hardware to play a game. Much of the growth in the market can be attributed to advanced connectivity technologies, especially 5G, which provide the necessary low latency and high-speed connectivity, as well as the ability to manage the high data demands expected from gaming platform customers.
Microsoft said it has so far only partnered with Samsung, with Ashley McKissick, Xbox gaming experience and corporate vice president of the platform, sharing that the company is “exploring” other TV partnerships as part of this subsequent evolution. [the company’s] Vision. “