• Lewis Gillingwater

Xbox brings its Cloud Gaming service to Windows 10, iOS Phones and Tablets.

Xbox's already generous offering expands tomorrow.

Microsoft has announced today that its Xbox Cloud Gaming beta will be launching tomorrow on Windows 10 PCs and Apple phones and tablets via web browsers. The beta, accessible only to select invited Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, will be accessible through web browsers and allow access to over 100 Game Pass titles streamed over the cloud.

The select few who receive an invite will only need a compatible USB or Bluetooth controller to play, though half of the included games will also include custom touch controls for phones and tablets. The beta is primarily designed for Microsoft to gather feedback and data on how their cloud service works on multiple platforms, browsers and markets, with the beta launching in 22 countries.

Microsoft seems heavily invested in Game Pass and Cloud Gaming as the services that will give them the edge against their competitors. It will be interesting to see just how many platforms and services Xbox will bring its popular subscription service to in the coming years as the library only continues to grow.