Microsoft recently announced that its Project xCloud would hit the Indian markets, too. The company also confirmed its partnership with Reliance Jio to realize such a joint process. According to the statement, Microsoft will soon release the game streaming service in India.
At the Futu Decore event, Reliance revealed its decision to team up with Microsoft, and now the collaboration has been officially announced. Soon, we can expect some more details about possible Indian price tags for the arrival of Project xCloud. Currently, the service made it only in regions such as the US, the UK, South Korea, and Canada.
Microsoft Teams up With Reliance Jio for Next Event
The news about Microsoft joining forces with Reliance Jio has been recently released. We’re going to witness the Project xCloud’s arrival on the Indian territories.
“We are excited to bring the Project xCloud preview to India later this year from the great Indian gaming community. We are exploring our options with Jio but have nothing further to share at this time,” Microsoft detailed Gadgets 360.
More About Project xCloud in India
According to a report, Project xCloud was first brought to Indian gamers at the future Decoded event. It was held in Mumbai at the end of the February. There, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Reliance Jio official, and Mukesh Ambani, managing director, were present to talk briefly about the gaming industry in India.
They also discussed how much the gaming culture is increasing in the country. After the event, Microsoft decided to stay silent on that topic, but announced later that more news “is coming soon.” Such a thing means that Project xCloud might be released soon in India.
The online game straming service is developed to make games more available. Project xCloud resembles a lot of Google Stadia. You can stream games from any desired device without installing them.