Cloud gaming is coming to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on September 15th, meaning that mobile gamers are going to be able to play dozens of Xbox One and Xbox Series X games through xCloud over data connections. It’s probably not too much of a surprise that you’ll be able to access it through Samsung’s latest devices. To help you get started, Samsung and Microsoft have teamed up to offer a gaming bundle for the Galaxy Note 20.
That includes a Bluetooth controller (PowerA’s MOGA XP5-X Plus) designed for playing games via xCloud on your device, as well as a clip to hold your phone in place. The wireless controller has a 3000mAh battery, which you can also use to charge your device in a pinch. You’ll also get three months of Game Pass Ultimate service, which usually costs $15/month, in the bundle. It seems like a solid way to at least try out xCloud on a phone or tablet. The gaming bundle will be available on August 21st.