US publisher Electronic Arts is bringing some of its titles to Microsoft's Project xCloud streaming service.
As revealed during the April 2020 Inside Xbox showcase, the Big M revealed that EA titles including The Sims 4, Dragon Age: Inquisition and Unravel Two are making their way onto the cloud games platform.
Back at E3 2018, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said the company would soon be able to stream console-quality games to any device at all. In October of that year, Microsoft revealed Project xCloud, which would allow users to play games on the cloud on any device.
Tests for the tech rolled out in October 2019 with just four first-party games: Halo 5, Gears 5, Sea of Thieves and Killer Instinct. 50 other titles came to the service in November at Microsoft's XO19 event, including titles from other publishers. Halo, Destiny 2 and Telltale's titles made the leap to xCloud in January.
EA is also working on its own streaming technology. At the end of 2018, the company revealed its Project Atlas scheme, but it seems that this is more to make sure its games run well when they come to other streaming platforms. A test for Project Atlas was launched in September 2019.