Xbox Game Pass cloud gaming arrives on consoles


imageFollowing a limited test in September, Microsoft has begun rolling out cloud gaming support to additional Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S consoles.While the feature is still in beta, it’s now available to select Xbox console owners in 25 markets .Over the coming weeks, the company plans to scale the service to all Xbox systems in those regions.As before, you’ll need a Game Pass Ultimate subscription to use the service, but it’s no longer necessary to take part in the Alpha Skip-Ahead and Alpha Insider programs.

Microsoft envisions a handful of scenarios where the ability to stream a game will be helpful.To start, it’s a way for people to try a Game Pass title without downloading it first.In much the same way, it also allows you to jump into a multiplayer game with your friends, even if you don’t have that title installed.

Lastly, for Xbox One owners, it’s a chance to play Xbox Series X/S titles like The Medium and The Riftbreaker .For the best possible experience, you’ll still want to download your favorite games to your console.You’ll know if you can stream a Game Pass title if it has a cloud icon.


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