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Microsoft is expected to launch its new xCloud game streaming service later this year. xCloud will allow Xbox users to stream games from the cloud to their Android phones or tablets. After the service goes live, there will be at least 50 games available for testing, but Microsoft's goal is to provide more games in the future. In order to cooperate with this new streaming service,
just announced a new Xbox mini controller for xCloud users.
This controller is produced by 8BitDo, a company specializing in retro gamepads. They have adjusted their retro NES driver for Microsoft's xCloud service.
8BitDo is no stranger to mini-drivers. They also have a keychain controller for Switch and a microcontroller for Switch Lite.
This is a Bluetooth controller compatible with all Android smartphones and tablets.
For those who have questions about using xCloud third-party accessories, please don't worry. This controller has been officially authorized as an xCloud and Xbox controller. 8BitDo works closely with Microsoft to ensure that this driver is fully compatible with xCloud.
can also use separate software to help you customize button assignments and adjust trigger and lever sensitivity. The
battery life is also very good, it is said to last up to 18 hours, we hope it is more than enough even for hardcore gamers. The controller can be charged simply through the USBC port. The mini controller also comes with a clip that can be connected to your smartphone for convenient use. The
mini Xbox controller will be available on September 21, 2020 and will be priced at $44.99. You can pre-order from Amazon right away to get the head start.
If you don't want to buy a mini controller, you can also use the clip of a normal wireless controller. The
clip has adjustable positioning and can be extended to 86 mm for those with larger Android devices.
game clips are also available for pre-order on Amazon.com and will be released on September 21, 2020. The price is only $ 14.99, which means that if you prefer to use a full-size Xbox controller, you can save money some money.
These different controller solutions are not only suitable for cloud games on the go, but also for mobile games and simulators.
What do you think of the Xbox mini controller? Will you register xCloud to vaporize your favorite games? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.