Microsoft will bring cloud gaming to Xbox consoles later this year
During Gamescom 2021, Microsoft revealed important news regarding the cloud gaming and his arrival on Xbox consoles. According to what has been revealed, it appears that before the end of the year all consoles will be able to use the service. Let’s find out all the details together.
Cloud Gaming coming to Xbox consoles
Microsoft is about to take one of the most important steps in its career: it plans to lead Xbox Cloud Gaming on as many devices as possible. Starting with the Christmas holidays, subscribers to the Game Pass Ultimate will have access to cloud gaming on Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One consoles.
The company, which made the announcement during Gamescom 2021 live stream, revealed that players will be able to log in and try. more than 100 games without having to download them first. Additionally, at some point in the future, Xbox One owners will be able to play some X / S series games through the cloud, such as Microsoft Flight Simulator.
How to find a cloud gaming compatible title? Very simple. You will know that it is a cloud gaming compatible title when it appears a cloud icon next to it in the Game Pass library.
Microsoft is aiming for the 1080p gameplay at 60 frames per second.
Cloud Gaming is already available on telephones, Tablet And PC. Microsoft is also working on Xbox Game Streaming sticks. The company also revealed that it is hard at work a cloud gaming app for smart TVs. This summer, the company started the transition of cloud gaming to Xbox Series X hardwareafter launching the service on Xbox One S-based blade servers.
For more information, you can consult the official Microsoft website.
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