That's the mantra for Atlas, one of gaming's largest open worlds where players embark on a grand adventure alongside thousands of other players. If you are in the U.S. or United Kingdom, you can register here, Korea can register here, and after that, it's up to being a victor of the preview lottery. You will also need a phone or tablet running Android 6.0 or higher - there is no support for iOS now - and an Xbox One Wireless Controller.
Numerous technology powerhouses are investing in game streaming services, not the least of which is Microsoft. Thus, it comes as no surprise that Microsoft on Tuesday announced the public preview of its own remote gaming service xCloud, available starting next month.
Microsoft promised a game streaming service to its large player-base where they could stream games from their Xbox consoles to their mobile devices at the E3 event.
Furthermore, Microsoft's spokesperson stated they are excited to collaborate with Android teams in the initial stages of their public preview. Those who get the chance to take part in the public preview will be able to test out Project xCloud's streaming capabilities with Halo 5: Guardians, Gears 5, Killer Instinct, and Sea Of Thieves. Microsoft announced during today's Inside Xbox livestream that the public Project xCloud preview release date will arrive sometime in October.
So will T-Mobile be able to support those kinds of parameters on its mobile network? There's no way of knowing until the preview launches, of course, but all the talk around cloud-based gaming so far suggests that streaming games won't be mobile network-friendly until 5G is rolled out.
Microsoft also seems to have network speeds covered. Microsoft said it will add more over time. To achieve these network enhancements, T-Mobile spent almost $30 billion, with $7.99 billion dedicated to purchasing 600 MHz airwaves covering 100% of the US - the company's largest investment ever. You'll need a phone or tablet running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher with Bluetooth 4.0, a Microsoft account and a Bluetooth-enabled Xbox One Wireless Controller. It's why T-Mobile is limiting the xCloud trial to those with an unlimited data plan.