After a long time of waiting, it will finally arrive Project xCloud to Mexico and other regions such as Australia, Brazil and Japan.

The video game platform in streaming from Microsoft will begin to deploy its operation, initially, in version Preview; i.e. a beta phase limited to a few users.

If you want to be one of the first to try Project xCloud, then you could send an application to the company through a registration form that you can fill out at this link.

To do this, you must log in with your account Microsoft Or create a new one if you don’t have one, enter your email, country of residence, telephone operator and the brand of your mobile device.

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Project xCloud in Mexico

“Even though 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, we hope that cloud gaming will provide new ways for you to play whenever and wherever you want. Accompany Master Chief wherever and however you want from your mobile device, step on the accelerator in Forza without worrying that someone else is using television, get ready to discover your next favorite game! “, Says Microsoft with the announcement.

From Twitter, Larry Hryb or better known as Major Nelson, announced the important news in which you will have the opportunity to play titles of Xbox from a smartphone; games like Minecraft Dungeons, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Forza Horizon 4, PUBG O Yakuza 0.

Also, you should remember that this service is a complement to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

However, the full version will arrive until 2021 and will be available in the four countries mentioned above.

What Microsoft The intention with this beta is to test and have user feedback to polish and improve the service.

“Next year, we will take the next step and bring cloud gaming to these markets as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate,” the company explained.

Take into account that, for now, Project xCloud only works on devices AndroidEither a smartphone or a tablet.

If you want to know the rest of the games that will soon be available with Project xCloud, you can take a look here.

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The service will begin its preliminary version on November 18.