- May 13, 2019
Got in and have to same Im pretty impressed with how well it works.
Same, it’s freaking me out how cool it is. I’ve been sitting here playing BTB for an hour, going positive with 10-15 kills a game and I almost forgot I was streaming the damn game to my iPad.
Lag has more to do with latency than bandwidth (i.e. "ping").
Put into pair mode by holding down the button on top, the Xbox button will start to pulse. Then pair it in your iPad’s Bluetooth settings.
Down/Up speeds really only account for the visual quality of the stream. Your Network latency will account for game latency, which has a million variables. Anyway, even if you have a gb up and down, you could still have a bad experience.I tried on both my iPhone Xs and my iPad (7g) and experienced terrible performance. When trying to hold down the trigger to shoot an assault rifle, it would sometimes only register it as one shot.
Plus the lag in visuals was bad. I tested my speeds on my WiFi and it’s 117 down, and 11.9 up.
Damn, that was good! It's got low enough latency to be playable comfortably unlike PSNow and isn't unstable as hell like Geforce Now. I could see this being my main way to play Gamepass stuff since I don't play as much on there as I should due to not wanting to wait for it to download. I just wish it wasn't as blurry (played on iPhone) because it'd suck to play a really beautiful game that wasn't old as hell like Halo CE and not be able to see the finer details.
That doesnt seem right.
Same on my iphone 8+. This is on 175 Mbps download internet with a strong 5ghz wifi connection. Streaming artifacts were a bigger problem for me than input lag (which IMO was pretty good).
All of them should be 60fps on xcloud.