Microsoft gave us a live demonstration of itsgame streaming service Tuesday, showing being played on an Android phone.
Microsoft's video shows Kareem Choudhry, Microsoft's corporate vice president of cloud gaming, letting presenter Julia Hardy play the the open world racing game as it's streamed to a phone, using ancontroller connected via Bluetooth.
"We're developing Project xCloud not as a replacement for game consoles, but as a way to provide the same choice and versatility that lovers of music and video enjoy today," Choudhry wrote in an accompanying blog post. "We're adding more ways to play Xbox games."
So don't go trading in your Xbox One just yet.
Forza Horizon 4 only hit Xbox One and PC last October, so it's visually impressive and appears to run smoothly on a phone. We'd have to play it for ourselves to check for input lag (where a game doesn't respond instantly to our button presses) and see how the visuals hold up out in the real world.
Choudhry noted that Microsoft is on track to have gamers help it test Project xCloud "in real-world scenarios" later in the year.