The remote game will be free and will not be part of the Project xCloud subscription
In his presentation, Microsoft raised the possibility of playing remotely with a console, streaming games of the user. This has been abandoned, but it has not been confirmed if this would be part of the xCloud project, which is scheduled to launch in the autumn, that is to say, when it was need to pay an additional subscription for streaming game services to be available on our own console.
Recall that the Remote Play on Sony consoles has been around for some time and will finally be available on the current version of the Xbox One, but the good news is that it simple software update, deploying this possibility in one way free and independent of the future subscription to all that is materialized XCloud project. Obviously, like all online features of Microsoft consoles, it will be necessary to pay for the connection to Xbox Live to use it.
They do not stop being logical confirmations of the functions of the current consoles. From the first moment, the original Xbox One had the opportunity to make mirroring your screen by Xbox application on Windows 10. It is true that we needed a computer and we will see if this remote game also takes advantage of some of the features of Project xCloud, such as the possibility of using a tablet or smartphone to use the remote console. Again, it would be logical since in that of his rival Sony, it was possible with some Xperia terminals and the PSP Vita – and the results were not at all disappointing, unlike what happens with PS Now it's not everything. how bad it should be in certain situations, especially when we talk about lag -.
We'll see what Microsoft can do on its own, it does not lack the power of Azure to which it went to Playstation, so we hope to soon get our hands dirty. Xbox One streaming experience to confirm if it works as well as they paint it.