After the latest batch of new additions to Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft has comfortably brought the total of touch-enabled games for Xbox Cloud Gaming to over 100. Xbox has been steadily adding touch controls to more and more games, and now there's a sizeable library for players to peruse.
Microsoft has unveiled the titles heading to Xbox Game Pass in the second half of Oct. 2021, and it includes newcomers like Age of Empires IV, indie gems like The Forgotten City, Outriders on PC, and much more. Here's what you need to know.
Xbox is rolling out cloud gaming in testing on its consoles right now, and you might be thinking, "Well, what's the point?" The point is this: I was able to try out five games in 10 minutes, since I didn't have to download them.
The Xbox September Update is now rolling out across the Xbox ecosystem, bringing with it several tantalizing new features for players to sink their teeth into. Xbox consoles are finally securing the brand-new Microsoft Edge browser, PC players can stream their favorite games, and Xbox Game Pass gains new ways to keep track of all the games.
Xbox Cloud Gaming has become incredibly impressive, but after using it as my main gaming platform for a few weeks, a pretty obvious and glaring flaw emerged... why can't I buy games to permanently own?
Mobile phone screens are a touch on the small side for capable Project xCloud streaming. Thankfully, there are many options on the market for larger tablets that can take your portable Xbox gaming to the next level.
HADES is an excellent action RPG roguelike from Supergiant, and it's now available on Xbox Game Pass. As an extra surprise, it also contains full touch controls, complete with a unique UI design. Here's a quick look.
Xbox Cloud Gaming is available across the world, bringing access to dozens of console-quality titles streaming directly to your phones, tablets, and laptops. What do you need to get started, though? Here's everything you need to know.