Xbox Game Pass has made a big splash in the Android gaming world. If you want to get the best out of your time, you'll need a good headset to help take your gaming to the next level. Check out our picks for the best!
Xbox Game Pass offers hundreds of games that can be played on Android devices, but you might need a few extras to enjoy all of them. Here are the accessories that will make playing games on your phone or tablet as fun as it is on PC and console.
Game streaming doesn't get much better than Xbox Game Pass on Android. Microsoft has found a way to deliver the console gaming experience to your pocket, and it does so at a low monthly cost with plenty of other benefits.
The latest update for the Xbox Game Pass app on Android includes your usual suspects as there have been a few new bug fixes released along with making it easier to discover new games. But the biggest change is the improved optimization when using Xbox Game Pass on a Surface Duo.
Now that Xbox Game Pass has arrived for just about every platform, it's made it possible for me to ditch my consoles, and not have to scramble to my PC every time a new game is released. Cloud gaming is exciting, and if you have a fast-enough internet connection, it's the best way to game.
Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can now easily stream over 100 games on their Android phones, but you'll need a proper controller to play. Most gamers use Bluetooth, but the Razer Kishi turns your phone into a pseudo-handheld console and is fully compatible with Game Pass for Android. Here are the steps you'll need to use Kishi for Xbox gaming.
Cloud gaming has skyrocketed in popularity, forcing companies to bring their services out of "beta" or closed beta stages, and make them available to the masses. We have even seen a few new players in the market, so we've rounded up the best game streaming apps for you to take your games (almost) anywhere.