Microsoft adds over 50 games to xCloud preview, plans launch for 2020


Microsoft announced some deals on Xbox bundles, Xbox Game Pass, games, accessories and more.

We'll be sure to keep you updated on all the latest X019 news as it unfolds.

"And while it's not all in the news today, I wanted you to know that, rest assured, we will be bringing that game to Xbox".

"The [Game Pass] third-bash help globally is awesome and it's something we know we require to proceed to do leading-notch function on", he said.

Yakuza 0, Yakuza Kiwami 1, and Yakuza Kiwami 2 are all coming to Xbox One, and will be available on Game Pass in "early 2020". On PC you'll get the chance to scratch your strategy itch with Age of Empires II Definitive Edition and Hearts of Iron IV. It's a notable data point for those who want games to stay available as standalone releases rather than be pushed into exclusive subscription service models-showing that the demand for standalone is very much there.

Something to look forward to: With Stadia's launch mere days away, Microsoft is upping the ante in the cloud-gaming race.

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The narrative adventure will see its multiple chapters released in summer 2020. "The Everwild team is focused on building an experience that allows for new ways to play in a natural and magical world". Now, he says, players are the determining factor in whether a game is a success.

That entry in the series is being added to the collection on December 3 across all platforms. Microsoft has also announced that Project xCloud will be expanding to more markets next year, including India. The company is expanding its Project xCloud service, which is now in closed beta, by 50 games, more markets, and more invites to player-testers. Next year, Microsoft said it will bring the service to Windows 10 PC, and support more controllers, like the DualShock 4.

Microsoft dropped a new gameplay trailer of Flight Simulator and just like the previous trailer, it's mind-blowing.

The trailer confirmed the first wave of aircraft manufacturing partners included in the game. However, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has made it clear that things will be different next time around, and that Project Scarlett will be competitive in power and price. Launching on the Xbox could help keep one of the few successful non-mobile MMORPGs from going extinct like most MMORPGs.

In addressing at least the power argument, Microsoft has been parading around the specs of its next-gen console, Project Scarlett, that include up to 120 fps, ray tracing, custom-designed CPUs with Radeon RDNA architecture, 8K gaming and variable refresh rates among other key features.

If you are interested in watching the livestreams, you co do so across most of the usual places; the stream will be available on Mixer, Twitch, YouTube, and pretty much any other place you can think of.