Good news for all residents in Spain who are interested in trying Porject xCloud, the game service goes streaming Microsoft, since the Redmond have just announced that from next week they will begin to distribute invitations for the preliminary version of the service in Spain.
On April 7, Microsoft already opened the registrations so that those interested in trying the service in our territory could sign up for this beta and today they have finally announced that the time has come to start testing in Europe, starting by opening invitations from today to Germany, France and the Netherlands.
Talking about Spain, the first lucky ones will start receive your invitation next week, that is, the first of May, at which time Microsoft will begin distributing the preview version in our country as well as in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Norway and Sweden.
"In partnership with the Azure team at Microsoft, we are actively monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on internet performance in Western Europe and believe that we can responsibly start rolling out our preliminary version in a staggered manner in the region. We will start in each country with a small number of participants and increase that number over time to avoid saturating regional bandwidth. We're excited for new players from Western Europe to join the fun, try Project xCloud and help us shape the future of streaming gaming
If you are interested in trying the game service in streaming Project xCloud the first thing you should do, if you have not already done so, is to register on the website of the service through this link. After meeting this requirement you will need the following:
- Have a Microsoft account and an Xbox gamertag. If you don't have, you can create them here.
- A phone or tablet with Android 6.0 or higher and Bluetooth version 4.0.
- An Xbox One wireless controller with Bluetooth. Please refer to this technical support article if you are not sure if your Xbox controller has Bluetooth.
- Access to Wi-Fi or mobile data connection of 10 Mbps download. If you use Wi-Fi, we recommend a 5 Ghz connection.