Google launched its new video game streaming service called Stadia, which was a direct take on Microsoft’s Xbox and Sony’s PlayStation. Microsoft’s Xbox boss has responded to the announcement that they ‘will go big’ too.
Few months later in June when the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), world’s premier event for computer and video games, will be held, Microsoft is expected to reveal something huge as anticipated from the remarks of its executive.
Microsoft’s head of gaming, Phil Spencer, responded to Google’s announcement of Stadia. “Google went big today and we have a couple of months until E3 when we will go big,” he said.
Moreover, Microsoft too is launching its own cloud game streaming service soon called xCloud. The project xCloud will rival Google and other for streaming games to phones, PCs, tablets, and TVs.
Microsoft already demonstrated xCloud publicly and has promised trials later this year.