Microsoft gave an update on the progress of its Project xCloud streaming service at X019 in London today, with 50 new titles coming to the current preview service.
So far, preview players in Korea, the UK, and US have only had access to a handful of first-party games, including Gears 5, Sea of Thieves and Killer Instinct. As the preview enters its second month, Microsoft is not only adding more of its own games -- including Crackdown 3, Forza Horizon 4 and Ori and the Blind Forest -- but also titles from 25 third-party publishers and developers.
Highlights include Madden NFL 20, WWE 2K20, Hitman, Just Cause 4, and Devil May Cry 5. You can find a full list of titles below.
Additional invites to the preview are now being sent out to Xbox gamers who registered their interest, with the promise of more invites in the future.
Microsoft also announced it will be bringing Project xCloud Preview to more markets in 2020, including Canada, India, Japan, and Western Europe.
Next year will also see the service brought to Windows 10 PCs, with Microsoft "collaborating with a broad set of partners to make game streaming available on other devices as well."