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Author Topic: Another look at Microsoft’s Project xCloud on PC (No Man’s Sky)  (Read 3 times)
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« on: November 21, 2020, 04:43:19 PM »
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Microsoft is currently testing its video game streaming service to PCs with Windows 10 Insiders.

We saw some footage of the service the other day, playing Streets of Rage, and today we have another look, with No Man’s Sky being streamed to a PC.

Game developer Simone Franco posted the video and reports it works much better than Google Stadia.





Previous testers have reported no detectable latency due to the service.

The service, which is expected to debut some time next year, should allow Windows users with average to under-powered hardware to finally experience triple-A titles at the quality they were intended.

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