Xbox cloud gaming android allows Xbox gamers to play games on the go through their android devices. Basically, you can access Xbox games on your android device in two ways; Remote play or XCloud gaming.
This article is going to address the latter and everything about it. By the way, Remote play grants Xbox users to play the games on your Xbox console on other devices including Androids.
Like everything related to Cloud, you need a strong internet connection; 5Ghz Wi-Fi, or a 10 Mbps mobile data connection. Furthermore, you need to have an Xbox account and an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Membership.
Unlike iOS devices where devices that can be used are specified, Androids devices that work with XCloud gaming are not specified. However, your Android device OS must be 6.0 or later.
How to Set it Up
Turn on your android device and open a web browser, preferably Chrome.
- Go to the web page; xbox.com/play.
- Sign in to your Microsoft account linked to your Xbox game pass.
- Click on the three dots icon at the top right hand of the page.
- Select “Add to Home Screen” from the list of options.
- Locate the icon on your home screen, click on it and proceed to sign in again.
Now you can start endless XCloud gaming given there are a lot of games to select from.
Controllers that Can be Used
Yes, most games on XCloud gaming have on-screen controls however it’s pertinent to get controllers so as to get the best out of this feature.
⦁ Dualshock 4 Wireless Controller; Bluetooth Connection only.
⦁ Xbox Kishi for Android; USB connection.
⦁ Raiju Mobile Gaming Controller for Android; Bluetooth or USB connection.
⦁ Android-based Stratus XL; Bluetooth connection.
⦁ Android MOGA XP5-A Plus Bluetooth Controller; Bluetooth or USB connection.
⦁ Xbox Wireless Controller; Bluetooth or USB connection.
⦁ Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 1; U connection.
⦁ Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2; USB connection.
⦁ Xbox Adaptive Controller; Bluetooth or USB connection.