We are just one day away from project xCloud officially joining Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and rolling out to Android devices across the world. Microsoft had already revealed a handful of games that will be available for cloud streaming back when the announcement was made, but today, the company has unveiled the full roster, containing over 150 games.
Beginning on the 15th of September, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will get unhindered access to xCloud streaming. The service will be available in 22 countries to start off with in order to ensure stability, then wider rollouts will occur in the months to come. For now, it also appears that xCloud will only be available via Game Pass Ultimate and not as a standalone subscription, or in a bundle with just Game Pass for Console or PC.
Cloud gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will have support for over 150 games right from the start. That includes recent releases like Tell Me Why, Grounded, Battletoads and Wasteland 3, as well as staples of the Game Pass library, like the Gears of War, Forza Horizon and Halo franchises. Destiny 2 is joining Game Pass and will be streamable later this month, as are other top-rated games like The Witcher 3 and Nier: Automata.
Microsoft has also made great efforts to bring more Japanese games to the library, so titles like Yakuza 0, Kiwami and Kiwami 2 are all included. Later in the year, Dragon Quest XI: Definitive Edition will also join the library. You can see the full list of day-one games for Xbox Streaming HERE.
KitGuru Says: Getting the full Game Pass lineup through the cloud is a smart move and should bring additional value to the service. Will any of you be trying out xCloud when it rolls out tomorrow?