Xbox Cloud Gaming Officially Coming to Xbox Series X | S and One; Now available

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Xbox Cloud Gaming lands on Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One. All users subscribed to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will be able to use the catalog over the internet, without having to install them on your hard drive. A total of 25 countries have as of today, November 17, the functionality, Spain included.

How to download the update on your console

The function is now available via update on your consoles. On Xbox Series X requires a 694 MB download. If it does not appear when you start the interface, you must go to the settings menu. In the ‘System’ tab you will see an option called ‘Updates’. The first box will be enabled for you to start the download.

Once the installation is complete you will see a message dedicated to Xbox Cloud Gaming. From that moment on, every time you enter the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tab, you will see a cloud symbol in most games. That means that the title in question has support for the feature. When clicking, ‘install all’ will appear in the big picture. Right next to it appears ‘play’. Press and you will access the game almost instantly.

As we said, not all subscription titles have cloud support. You should always look at the symbol; if it does, it is within the program. Once inside you will access the same game that you would have if you had installed it. All the progress you make will be saved to your Xbox Live profile. Whether you want to continue on mobile, browser or on the console itself, nothing will put limits on you. Naturally, your internet connection will determine the performance and stability of the session.

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One of the most interesting elements is that Xbox One will also benefit from Xbox Gaming Cloud. In it you can play titles that are currently only available on Xbox Series X | S within the same family of consoles. We are talking about The Medium, The Riftbreaker and Recompile. From Redmond they point out that they are working on improving the function “and expanding the library in the cloud to include more new generation games.” Microsoft Flight Simulator, for example, will hit the cloud in early 2022.

Source: Xbox Wire

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