Later this year, when Microsoft launches its cloud gaming service on Xbox consoles, Microsoft’s cloud gaming ambitions will take a big step forward.
The service allows Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to test and play high-end games directly from the cloud within minutes without downloading any content on their devices.
Xbox cloud games are currently available on PCs and will be extended to web browsers in June.
Microsoft revealed the update In today’s Gamescom Xbox live broadcastThe service will become part of the Xbox Insider program this fall.
Xbox Cloud Gaming first appeared at the end of 2019 under the working name of “Project xCloud” as an additional invitation option for Ultimate Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Microsoft’s later attempt to introduce Game Pass to iOS through the Apple App Store was blocked in September due to changes in Apple’s terms of service. Microsoft responded to this and looked for a browser-based solution.
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