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Yakuza 0 Project xCloud Addition Will Let You Take Kiryu-chan and Majima Everywhere

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Show of hands: who is a fan of Majima everywhere. Well, now he really can be everywhere. Yakuza 0 Project xCloud compatibility is here. The prequel to the whole series is now available via the Microsoft service that lets people stream games on Android devices over the internet.

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For those unfamiliar with the service, people who have the Xbox Game Streaming App, an Android 6.0 or greater device with Bluetooth 4.0 or higher, and an Xbox One wireless controller who can connect to a recommended 5GHz or higher data connection that offers 10mbps download can take part in Yakuza 0 Project xCloud streaming.

In addition to the Yakuza 0 Project xCloud update, some other neat details were announced for the service. For example, Team Ninja is working on Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice to add touch-screen controls when someone plays on a mobile device. Rare and The Coalition are working on Project xCloud features for their games as well. (Rare’s Sea of Thieves is on the service, as is The Coalition’s Gears 5.)

Here’s the full Project xCloud March Preview Update.

There are now about 90 titles in the Project xCloud preview. Among them are Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Puyo Puyo Champions, Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition, World of Final Fantasy Maxima, and Yakuza 0.

Yakuza 0 is available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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