Microsoft is looking for new ways to expand it's Xbox Gaming Share in India through Project xCloud.

Updated: Dec 9, 2019

At the XO19 event in London, Microsoft's Executive Vice President of Gaming Phill Spencer announced that Project xCloud will expand to India in 2020. This became big news for Indian gamers.

Project xCloud’s public preview, available for the past month in the U.S., U.K. and South Korea, has added than 50 new games available for preview, including Devil May Cry 5, as well as a whole suite of first-party titles, like Gears 5 and the Halo series.

Project xCloud plans to expand to Canada, India, Japan and Western Europe in 2020, and will be adding support for more controllers, including the PlayStation 4′s DualShock 4 controller.

Microsoft Project xCloud

Additionally, Age of Empires 4 made a glorious gameplay debut at X019, showcasing new mechanics and engine capabilities. Age of Empires 4 will most probably launch on Xbox platforms, Windows platform and Steam Store.

Additionally, Microsoft is planning to include Game Streaming to Xbox Game Pass itself which is a huge news for all Xbox games around the world.

“We believe in the freedom to play and the freedom to choose. In 2020 we will enable gamers to stream from the cloud Xbox games that they already own or will purchase. We will also add game streaming from the cloud to Xbox Game Pass. Gamers will be free to discover, choose, and play their favorite games anywhere and everywhere”

2020 looks to be an exciting year for gamers with Xbox Next Console, PS5, xCloud and Google planning to scale up it's Stadia efforts.

And from what it seems, India won't be left out from this gaming party next year!