Microsoft gives Xbox One testers access to the company's latest console streaming capabilities. It's a new feature that lets you play your own Xbox One games on your mobile device's personal console. Microsoft is also testing the Project xCloud game streaming preview, but console streaming uses Xbox One to stream games to mobile devices instead of cloud-based Xbox instances.
Project xCloud is currently limited to four games during the initial preview period, but this console streaming feature supports all existing Xbox 360 and Xbox One games installed on your personal console.
"Xbox Program Manager Jonathan Hildebrandt explains: If you have an Xbox Insider in the Alpha and Alpha Skip-Ahead ringtones in the US and UK, you can preview Xbox console streaming." Android phones remotely from your home console. Or you can play your own and installed Xbox One games, including Xbox Game Pass titles on your tablet. "
Like xCloud, this new console streaming feature allows Android to use the same app to access your home console via the Internet instead of a cloud-based Xbox. Microsoft hasn't commented on this or plans to import Project xCloud to iOS devices yet
This feature requires the following:
- Open or Medium NAT type
- Minimum 4.75 Mbps Upload bandwidth of 9Mbps (preferably)
- Network latency of 125ms or less (60ms or more) ebrandt says:
- Xbox One console set to run immediately in Power Options
“This preview is an important step in the journey of delivering game streaming to Xbox players around the world,” says Hildebrandt. "We will work closely with you and insider communities to gather feedback that will shape and define the iteration of future Xbox console streaming."
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