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 they are, on the mobile and tablet devices they already own. Previously, there was no way to play Xbox games over mobile networks on a smartphone or tablet, but this preview gives you a chance to help test Xbox game streaming over LTE for smartphones or tablets.
On 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
- Project xCloud public preview began in October.
- 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.
- 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.
- Check the Open Internet Disclosures
- 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:
- Gears 5
- Halo 5: Guardians
- Sea of Thieves
- Killer Instinct
More will be added as time goes on. Check out the full list of available games for Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) with Xbox Game Pass.
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