Xbox's Streaming Service xCloud Reveals Over 150 Game Lineup For Its Android Launch Tomorrow

Xbox's Streaming Service xCloud Reveals Over 150 Game Lineup For Its Android Launch Tomorrow

Including Destiny 2, Sea of Thieves, Spiritfarer, and more.

It was in beta fairly recently, but Microsoft's cloud gaming service for Android devices finally kicks off in full tomorrow, on September 15. Microsoft has just published the full launch lineup for the Xbox streaming service, and it's an absolutely stacked list of over 150 games.

You can read the full list of games over on the Micosoft website (we're not listing them all out here, sorry). Some of the bigger titles from Microsoft-owned studios include Grounded, Gears 5, Forza Horizon 4, Sea of Thieves, Battletoads, Wasteland 3, and many more.

Elsewhere, there's plenty of third-party games to go around. Destiny 2, Spiritfarer, Tell Me Why, A Plague Tale: Innocence, and Frostpunk: Console Edition stand out as some of the more eye-catching titles. And oh my, is that Hollow Knight I see? What a treat.

In all, it's a fantastic lineup of games for Android users to take advantage of. Of course, you'll need to be signed up to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription service to get access on an Android device, which retails for $14.99 a month. This isn't the only thing Game Pass Ultimate is set to incorporate, because it'll also be bundling in EA Play later this year.

It's a busy time of late for Xbox and Microsoft. Aside from launching a staggering cloud gaming service this week, Microsoft revealed the release date and prices for both the Xbox Series X and S last week: $499 and $299 respectively, both of which will be launching later this year on November 10.

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