Xbox Cloud Gaming launches in four more countries

Microsoft Xbox has decided to launch its cloud gaming service xCloud in four additional countries, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Japan. The company had been testing the service’s viability in these markets for a while and has finally decided to launch them there.

According to The Verge, yesterday, on September 30, Xbox Gamepass Ultimate subscribers in Mexico and Brazil had the xCloud service made available to them, whereas Australia and Japan received it today. The service will be available through the dedicated Xbox Windows or android apps, says The Verge, and for iOS users, via the web and other devices.

Due to this, the Xbox Cloud Gaming service is now available in a total of 26 countries. According to the head of Project xCloud, Catherine Gluckstein, the service, due to being powered by custom Xbox series X consoles, allows for faster loading times and greater framerates for games.

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