Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available to all members of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on Windows 10 PC, Apple devices (iPhone, iPad) and web browsers in a total of 22 countries; Spain included. Microsoft’s cloud gaming infrastructure thus broadens its range of options, with Android as the testing ground for months, and takes the long-awaited leap that fans have hoped for: it is now powered by Xbox Series X hardware.
Xbox Cloud Gaming leaps to the next generation: Xbox Series X, 1080p and 60 FPS
All users subscribed to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and want to play streaming via Xbox Cloud Gaming have all these options starting this Tuesday, June 29. By simply accessing Xbox.com/Play from Microsoft Edge, Chrome O Safari on a PC or mobile device (iOS in browser, Android from the app) and start playing more than 100 games available in the library Xbox Game Pass, which in the future plans to even reach Smart TV.
Catherine Gluckstein, Vice President and Product Manager, Xbox Cloud Gaming, broke the news and celebrates that the leap from servers to the next generation will translate into a better user experience. Now games will have much faster load times, improved frame rates, and video games next gen, with configurations that we already see in the Xbox Series hardware.
In order to ensure minimal latency, Xbox Series X hardware push on Xbox Cloud Gaming is complemented by streaming on 1080p resolution (before 720p) and up to 60 FPS. “Over time, we will continue to innovate and add more features to enhance gaming in the cloud,” says Microsoft in the statement, calling today “a milestone on our journey to bring the Xbox experience to all gamers.”
Xbox Game Pass, in short, can be enjoyed from today on an Xbox One console, Xbox Series, PC, or iOS, Android mobile devices and web browsers through the cloud. Where you want.
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Source | Official press release