Halo, Destiny 2 and Telltale games come to Microsoft's Project xCloud

Halo, Destiny 2 and Telltale games come to Microsoft's Project xCloud

Microsoft has added more Xbox One titles to its test for streaming service Project xCloud.

According to Windows Central, the new games available include Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Destiny 2, The Surge and multiple Telltale titles such as Batman and The Wolf Among Us.

Project xCloud first entered the testing stages in October 2019, at the time four first-party games were available - Gears 5, Halo 5, Sea of Thieves and Killer Instinct. In November last year, a further 50 games were added to the streaming platform, these included both third and first-party games.

Currently, Microsoft has no plans to launch exclusive titles for xCloud. Android users in the UK, US and Korea are the only people with access to the beta - if they were invited by games giant to take part.

However, 2020 will see the service brought to Japan, Canada and India. Project xCloud is also set to hit Windows 10 later this year.

Below is the full list of added preview titles:

  • Destiny 2, Bungie
  • Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Xbox Game Studios
  • Batman: The Enemy Within, Telltale
  • Batman: The Telltale Series, Telltale
  • The Wolf Among Us, Telltale
  • Wasteland 2: Directors Cut, Deep Silver
  • SUPERHOT, Superhot Team
  • The Surge, Focus Home Interactive
  • Portal Knights, 505 Games
  • Train Sim World 2019, Dovetail Games
  • Tracks - The Train Set Game, Excalibur Publishing
  • Kingdom Two Crowns, Raw Fury
  • Gonner - Blueberry Edition, Raw Fury
  • Sparklite, Merge Games

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