A new option is now available to subscribers of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service Xbox Cloud Gaming And you Play Xbox Remote With the Xbox application already available in Windows 10, already available in the web browser, game streaming is opening up on more and more platforms and providing an additional way of playing for those who do not have a powerful PC capable of doing so. Service catalog, or for nomadic species that are nomadic.
After being made available to Xbox Insiders program members last month, Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on PC via the dedicated Xbox app.
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PC joined the application gang
This is the new string that Microsoft is adding to the arc of its Xbox ecosystem: it is already available on Android and iOS devices, cloud gaming is now available on the native Windows 10 Xbox app on PC.
Going through your web browser to enjoy Xbox cloud gaming on PC is a must – but after many months of waiting, the dedicated Windows 10 gaming app now welcomes instant cloud gaming. However, it is still mandatory to have a controller connected via Bluetooth or USB to use it. Note that the functionality, although available to everyone, is still recognized as being in the “beta” in the application.
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Console games from your PC …
Another novelty for PC gamers: The Xbox Remote Play is also coming in the Xbox application for Windows 10. Xbox One or Xbox Series X | This feature allows you to play games installed on S consoles.
Already available on Android and iOS devices, Remote Gaming finally connects to the PC: In addition to launching cloud games directly through cloud gaming, the Remote Play feature allows you to interact with the console from a new device.
So that it is possible “Browse your games, start what you want, change settings, and communicate with your friendsVia the Xbox app on PC. The Microsoft Press Release It also states that the remote play function is now “More stable“Finally allows streaming up to 60 frames per second in 1080p resolution. A”Choice“Backwards compatible Xbox and Xbox 360 games are also available via remote play without mentioning the available titles.
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