One of the clear advantages of game streaming is that it does most of the processing in the cloud, which means that it removes a lot of the issues involved when it comes to hardware restrictions, and it also opens up the possibility of playing games on devices that may not have been necessarily dedicated to them. On that project (Microsoft’s Project xCloudIt is an officially launched game streaming service, but if you want to play Xbox games on your Android smartphone, here’s everything you need to know about how to do it.
How to play Xbox games on Android phone:
- Sign up for a subscription (Xbox Game Pass Ultimate), Which costs $ 14.99 a month and is currently the only Xbox Game Pass category that allows you to stream Android games to your Android smartphone.
- Pair an Xbox controller, or any compatible game console of your choice, with your smartphone.
- Download and install the Xbox Game Pass app from Play Store Google Play.
- Launch the application and log into your Microsoft account.
- You will be able to see the list of games available now.
- Click Play below the game you want to play and you’re good to go.
Keep in mind that you will need an Android device running (Android 6.0 Marshmallow) or later, and your device will also need (Bluetooth 4.0) or later, and for the Internet connection, it is clear that the connection to the Wi-Fi network will be ideal, but if you are on the move it should be You have at least 10Mbps download speeds for a good experience, and anything less than that might run into problems.
It is worth noting that the Xbox that targets 4K from 2017 will still have some advantages over the Xbox Series S – at least when it comes to playing the current generation games optimized for the Xbox One X.
(Xbox Series S) will not run (Xbox-One-X) versions of backward compatible games, and instead it works on (XboxOne S) versions of (XboxOne) and (Xbox360) games, with some improvements of their own.