Project xCloud is Microsoft's approach to streaming cloud games. The platform is designed to provide users with a complete gaming experience without the need for high-performance gaming hardware at home, although this can be a front-and-center feature of Xbox Scarlett.
The service will run games on Microsoft hardware Azure data centers are all streamed to user devices, whether they are televisions, smartphones, or other devices. While we expect the launch of Project xCloud for 2020, Microsoft has already started a trial period. If you want to try Project xCloud, you need the following:
Project xCloud Requirements
The short list
An invitation (and a location in the US or UK)
A Bluetooth-enabled Xbox Wireless Controller ( excluding the original Xbox One and Xbox Elite controllers)
An Android device (6.0 and above with Bluetooth 4.0 or later)
A fast Internet connection (Microsoft recommends 5 GHz Wi-Fi or mobile data with more than 1
The Xbox Games Streaming App
Unfortunately, the first thing you need is an invitation. Currently the Project xCloud preview is available by invitation only. It may take several months for you to receive an invitation. So if you have not signed up yet, go to the registration page and log in. Once you receive an email with a preview invitation, you can continue with the trial.