We’re excited to announce that Microsoft chose T-Mobile as its U.S. wireless technical partner for the public preview of Project xCloud. This is Microsoft's game streaming technology that empowers gamers to play console-quality games anywhere the are, on the mobile and tablet devices they already own. Today, there is no way to play Xbox games over mobile networks on a smartphone or tablet, but this preview will give you a chance to help test Xbox game streaming over LTE for smartphone or tablet.
Starting September 24, T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers with Android devices and unlimited data plans can register for a chance to participate in the public preview of Project xCloud to test streaming popular XBOX games over T-Mobile’s advanced LTE network to their smartphones and tablets.
- Interested customers should register at Project xCloud Registration | Xbox
- In October, the Project xCloud public preview will begin.
- Microsoft will invite selected participants on an ongoing basis.
- Don’t worry if an invitation isn’t received right away – Microsoft will continue sending out invitations throughout the public preview. Participants are not selected on a first come, first served basis
Things to know
Not all of those who register will be invited to participate in this Preview.
Microsoft has only opened the Project xCloud preview for Android at this time.
Approved applicants will be notified by Xbox/ Microsoft.
Applicants are not chosen on a first-come, first-served basis.
T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile standard Network Management Commitments remain intact.
See our Open Internet Disclosures on https://www.t-mobile.com/responsibility/consumer-info/policies/internet-service
Metro By T-Mobile Network Disclosures can be found on Metro® by T-Mobile’s Broadband Internet Access Services - MetroPCS®.com
What Games are available?
At the beginning, the following games will be available:
Halo 5: Guardians
Sea of Thieves
More will be added as time goes on. Check here for the full list of available games.
Want even more info?
Check out Microsoft's blog and T-Mobile's press release.