There seems to be a growing wave of Surface Duo enthusiasts that are finding new ways to capitalize on a dual-screen smartphone experience, and proving how effective the device can be at being a Swiss Army-like device for gaming.
The company has confirmed to Project xCloud testers on iOS can no longer access Microsoft’s game streaming service today, with the company now being focused on launching its cloud gaming service on Android on September 15.
The YouTube Click to Play feature that was teased ahead of the launch of Stadia last year has now started rolling out, and it’s the beginning of a promising integration between the two cloud-based services.
Stadia early adopters are becoming frustrated by Stadia’s still barebones features and Google’s lack of communication, especially after the company announced 120 new upcoming Stadia games a couple of weeks ago.
Microsoft touts its investments with AT&T as leading to edge computing that will open new technological advancements in cloud gaming leading up to its release of its Project xCloud next year as an example of its new partnership.
A new report reveals that Amazon could be ready to launch its own cloud gaming service as soon as next year, and the company is apparently is still in the process of hiring people from big companies including Microsoft to work on the new service.