Starting Tuesday, April 20, invites will be sent to subscribers based in 22 countries, who’ll be able to play over 100 supported Xbox games via Edge, Google Chrome, or Safari web browsers.
Those who receive an invite will need a compatible Bluetooth or USB-connected controller or can use custom touch controls for around 50 of the supported games.
“In the early stages of the beta, we’ll be focusing on fine-tuning features and creating a consistent experience across platforms, while making sure games are running their best,” said Project xCloud head Catherine Gluckstein.
“The limited beta is our time to test and learn; we’ll send out more invites on a continuous basis to players in all 22 supported countries, evaluate feedback, continue to improve the experience, and add support for more devices.
“Our plan is to iterate quickly and open up to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members in the coming months so more people have the opportunity to play Xbox in all-new ways.”
Cloud gaming with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is currently available in 21 countries across North America and Europe, plus South Korea.
It’s also being tested in Australia, Brazil, Japan and Mexico ahead of its full launch in those markets later this year.