Microsoft quietly announced the introduction of an upcoming cloud gaming service. The move will allow the company to eventually begin streaming games-on-demand, much like Sony‘s PlayStation Now functionality for the PC and PlayStation 4. The aim of the feature would be to give gamers access to games anytime with the ability to stream titles from an expansive digital collection of games. Currently, the Xbox Game Pass allows Xbox One gamers to choose from over 100 titles for $10 USD per month, while the cloud gaming proponent would grant access on a variety of outlets beyond Microsoft’s current flagship system.
Stay tuned for more information on Microsoft’s latest venture. Recently, Microsoft’s Bill Gates stated that cryptocurrency is causing deaths “in a fairly direct way.”