Originally reserved exclusively for insider members, cloud gaming is finally available for all PC players in Windows 10, which is a great thing for everyone. In fact, if you do not yet have an Xbox series or a competing computer, you still have the luxury of playing the latest generation of games in the best possible conditions.
From today, you can play games remotely from your console or the entire Xbox Game Pass catalog directly from the Xbox application. In this way, it is possible that from Windows 10 (and later versions such as Windows 11 will come in October):
- Pass games from the Xbox Game Cloud
- Play games from your console with Xbox Remote Play.
Le Cloud Gaming?
As a reminder, cloud gaming at Xbox allows you to install hundreds of games and play them on a wide range of computers. All of these are anonymous speeds as long as you have a good internet connection. So if you are an Ultimate Member of Xbox Game Pass and have a custom controller, you can enjoy xCloud on PC. Of course, if you are playing on the computer through the cloud, it is still possible to join your friends playing on the console.
There is still great news left on Remote Play Return. If the television is in use and you want to continue your game on the Xbox, all you have to do is launch the app and start broadcasting remotely. The game streams at 1080p and is 60 frames per second as specified by the Xbox. Additionally, it is finally possible to play Xbox 360 games!
Xbox Series X | This is the first time we’ve launched Xbox Remote Play on PC for S owners. We’ve also made additional improvements to previous repetitions of Remote Play, such as regular stability updates, the ability to stream games up to 60fps in 1080p, and the ability to play some Xbox 360 and Xbox original games. One of the most requested features.