Monday, October 18, 2021

PlayStation Now may be available in Australia and xCloud may be available for PC.

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Cloud gaming is seeing upgrades from all sides this week. As Stadia added more games, so did Xbox Game Pass, Amazon Luna, and GeForce Now, but what might be most important is device expansion from Microsoft and the possible addition of streaming in Australia from PlayStation Now.

Along with that update, Microsoft also added several new cloud compatible titles to Game Pass including:

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Astria Ascending (Sept 30) If you’re not familiar with the service, Project xCloud is a game streaming service enabling Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users to stream games to their mobile and tablet devices via cloud-based data centres. It does require a solid internet connection and this is likely part of the reason why Australia’s launch has been delayed. On the Xbox Game Streaming hub, there’s a reccomendation for at least 5GHz Wi-Fi or mobile data connection with 10Mps down.

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  • PlayStation Now may be available in Australia and xCloud may be available for PC.
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