Its exciting news for games lovers, as Every Xbox One title will be playable on Project xCloud. That means games will have more range of games to be played, in fact more than 3,500 games. According to Microsoft, every game currently playable on the Xbox One consoles will be available out of the gate on its xCloud streaming service. The Project xCloud video game streaming service will not only support all the current games, but also all upcoming Xbox One titles as well.

The company also revealed that, when a developer updates an Xbox One game, those changes will be automatically applied to Project xCloud versions.

Xbox One Games on Project xCloud

So, the Project xCloud will allow the gamers to stream games of their own choice from Microsoft’s own servers. This technology will help those players as well, who don’t have essential hardware like consoles to play game. Therefore, their only requirement is to have dedicated internet connection. And those games will be transported to the service without the developers having to make any changes to them.+

In an update on the technology through post, Microsoft said Project xCloud is capable of running three generations of games, namely all the titles from the Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. The service is capable of streaming all of the more than 3,500 games without any adjustments or modifications required from their developers.

In addition, when a developer updates the Xbox One version of a game, the changes will automatically be applied to all versions of the title on Project xCloud.

Microsoft also said there are more than 1,900 games in development for the Xbox One, and that all of them will run on Project xCloud. This brings the total number of current and future Xbox games supported by the streaming service to more than 5,000 games.

On the other hand, a recent update to the Xbox Developer Kit includes more support for streaming. Now, the games can adjust their features and functionality when they’re running on the cloud.