Big news for GAME lovers, Xbox's popular game will soon be played on Android phones too

Apr 08 2021 03:32 PM
Big news for GAME lovers, Xbox's popular game will soon be played on Android phones too

Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA 5) is back on Xbox Game Pass on April 8. It was earlier made available between January and May 2020. The GTA 5 console, Microsoft xCloud cloud gaming service is scheduled to be relaunched on the Xbox Game Pass on April 8. The important thing is that if the user Xbox game pass is a subscriber for ultimate, we can also play these games on Android phones or tablets of our choice.

Apart from GTA 5, there are other games to come up in Xbox Game Pass in April, including Sony's MLB show 21, Rain on Your Parade, and NHL 21. Grand Theft Auto 5 may also prove to be an essential edition for cloud gaming on the Xbox Game Pass. If the cloud gaming service is successful Xbox the addition of GTA 5, this developer can push Rockstar Games to reproduce the rest of the titles, such as the Red Dead Redemption 2 to game pass. Despite being nearly eight years old, grand theft auto 5 is still very popular and one of the best-selling games ever.

Since its release in 2013, the game was ported to PS4 and Xbox One and will be X the PS5 and Xbox series later this year. The next generation will get compatibility for the S.

Currently, only games will be available on Android: After the Microsoft xCloud is released, users will be allowed to play the game without starting their console. xCloud has been included for subscriber users of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, but so far it has been made available only for Android. Microsoft has separately announced that more than 50 games are available in the xCloud Library, which comes with touch control support. It will also allow the consumer to play games on Android devices without a controller.

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