Project xCloud Adventure for Apple iOS Ended



Microsoft’s highly anticipated cloud-based game streaming service Project xCloud announced the iOS fate of its service. xCloud will not come to the Apple platform.

Software giant Microsoft’s cloud-based game streaming service Project xCloud is coming to the Android platform on September 15, as it is known. It is a history that this service, which will be available in certain countries for the first time, will come to the iOS service.

New developments continue to be experienced regarding the Project xCloud service, which will be included in Microsoft’s Game Pass Ultimate package and will be available in our country in the future, although it is not first offered. Users who want to use Microsoft’s service must be a Game Pass Ultimate subscriber and connect to the internet at Wi-Fi or LTE speed. Announcing that the service will come to the Android platform, Microsoft made a statement about the service’s iOS fate.

According to the statement, it was announced that the service will not come to the iOS platform. Apple announced that the xCloud service, which has stopped the iOS 14 tests of the xCloud service due to App Store rules and policies, will not come to the iOS platform. It is worth noting that Apple’s attitude towards xCloud and Stadia is criticized by users.

Sony Organizes Free PlayStation Plus Event

The PlayStation Plus subscription service offered by Sony for PlayStation 4 users provides a number of discounts and additional advantages in addition to the free games offered to their apneas every month. PlayStation Plus service users can also use the online mode of the games.

Sony also distributes free games to PlayStation Plus subscribers every month. The free games Sony distributed to PlayStation Plus subscribers in August were Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered and Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout.

Sony is organizing a new campaign in honor of the 10th anniversary of the PlayStation Plus service. According to the statement made by Sony, Sony will allow users to access the online mode of the games even if they are not a PlayStation Plus subscriber between 8 and 9 August.

If you own a PlayStation 4 and do not have a PlayStation Plus subscription, you can also access the online mode of your games for free this weekend and get free access to an important advantage of PlayStation Plus, albeit for 48 hours.