After a fairly successful test run in the United States and the United Kingdom, Microsoft is now opening its Xbox One Console Streaming Preview for the whole world or at least for every country in which Microsoft supports Xbox Live.
Not to be confused with Microsoft's project xCloud (which is the ability to stream Xbox games from a Microsoft server in the cloud to your phone or tablet. With Xbox Console Streaming, users can play games, that you already own and have installed on your Xbox One at home, and then send this game stream to a mobile device to play on the go, more like Steam’s remote play feature than Google Stadia .  The Xbox Console Streaming Preview was first launched last fall in October and the US, which may be preparing Microsoft for an official release this fall, along with sales of the Xbox Series X. If you want to try the Xbox Console Streaming Preview now, there are a handful of requirements that you should know first.
- You m KISSING one Xbox Insider be (for the only Xbox Insider Hub for download needs). You must then sign in to the Xbox One Update Preview Ring .
- You need a modern Android device (unfortunately iPhone and iPad) with support for Bluetooth 4, which runs at least Android 6.0 or higher.
- You also need an Xbox One Wireless Controller with Bluetooth and a Microsoft account with an Xbox profile.
- Most importantly, you need a strong internet connection for both your console and mobile device. Microsoft requires a minimum upload speed of 4.75 Mbit / s (9 Mbit / s is recommended) and a network latency of at least 125 ms (60 ms is preferred).
From there, you should be able to easily install the Xbox game streaming (preview). App from the Google Play Store to your mobile device and follow the instructions in the app to set up the console damping. (Also keep in mind that you need to keep your Xbox on, or at least in sleep mode if you want to start streaming your console on the go.)
After that, you should be able to stream games from your Xbox One and start playing on your Android phone or tablet, even when you're not at home. Xbox console streaming even works with Wi-Fi connections and mobile data connections. Be careful, however, because streaming games can retrieve a lot of data quickly and you probably don't want to remove your data restriction if you only play games.
Because this is a preview (also known as a beta), you may encounter some issues or problems as Microsoft is still trying to improve Xbox console streaming before its official release. But for those who can't wait to play at home to play a new game or one of the growing collections of Xbox One backward-compatible titles, it's a nice – if still unfinished – Option to have Xbox console streaming – way to play.