If you’re hoping to farm your Minecraft Legends adventure on the go, Cloud Gaming is one of the greatest inventions of our time. However, not every game supports this feature, even if they are on Xbox Game Pass. Trying to save the kingdom from the wretched Piglins, but you won’t be home for a little while? Find out here if you can jump right into Minecraft Legends from the comfort of your smartphone, and work on defending your village while you’re out and about.
Does Minecraft Legends Support Xbox Game Pass Cloud Gaming?
The simple answer is: Yes, it does support cloud gaming. But here comes the bad news. You’ll need to pair up or connect a Bluetooth controller or a gamepad that is supported by Xbox on your device of choice. This means that iPhone & Android gamers could hook up something like the Razer Kishi or Backbone, or you may need to pack a controller along if you’re hoping to stream on your PC.
Related: Official Xbox xCloud Controller and Accessories List
Countless controllers do work with this program, but touch controls are not enabled by this particular game. It makes sense since there are a fair number of things you’ll need to do when you’re trying to take down the Piglin threat, but it just may be a little more clunky than originally thought if you don’t have a controller that connects directly to your mobile device.
As the game receives more patches, there is a chance that you may be able to play it with touch controls in the future. It’s hard to say exactly what is in the pipeline, but if this title is anything like Minecraft Dungeons, we can expect to see support for it for the foreseeable future.
Make sure that you’ve got a controller ready to go, and jump into our Minecraft Legends section below to learn everything you need to know about the game, including how to change the difficulty level and if anything awaits you in the Ocean surrounding the map.