Recently, Microsoft held a Microsoft Inside Xbox event, which showed the functioning of Project xCloud. This streaming game service will help users stream games to consoles, mobile devices and computers. XCloud was announced by the manufacturer last year, but the development details were not announced. Although Satya Nadella, the head of the company, promised to launch testing of the service this year. Apparently, Microsoft is not ready to determine the timelines for the full launch of the product. However, she was forced to rush due to competition with other manufacturers. At the event, the Forza Horizon 4 game was streamed to an Android device with an Xbox One controller connected via Bluetooth. The process was processed in Azure data centers. The game was no different from the traditional process on the console or PC. Vice President of Microsoft Gaming Cloud Karim Chudri noted that the new product will not replace the console, but simply give users new ways to play on the Xbox.