Microsoft is starting to update some video games from Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) to the Xbox Series X version. After confirming that this transition would begin to take place very soon, from The Verge have verified that works like Yakuza: Like a Dragon Y Rainbow Six Siege yes run the new generation version when using the services of streaming de Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
De Xbox One S a Xbox Series X. That was Microsoft’s promise for its cloud gaming infrastructure to live the generational leap that we already have on home consoles. Although they did not set a specific date, it seems that the transition will be gradual and progressive, with tests like this, until the formal announcement from Redmond. The result is none other than much faster loading times and performances typical of Xbox Series X, such as the possibility of playing some titles up to 120 FPS or with graphical options previously non-existent.
Xbox in the cloud, a parallel future ready to continue growing
In the experience of Tom Warren, of The Verge, works like Dirt 5 now load much faster in xCloud and the lag (the response time between when we give the action and it is executed) is much shorter. Others like Forza Horizon 4, however, continue to run on the Xbox One S version, for example. Soon there will be more titles that will change their service to the new generation of Microsoft consoles.
Currently, Xbox Cloud Gaming, or Cloud games for Xbox, is in beta with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate with more than 100 titles available on Android phones or tablets; Also in the testing phase in web browsers, which will make it easier for users with iOS terminals (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) to access xCloud from Safari browsers.
The future of Xbox also passes through the cloud and, if Microsoft’s forecasts are fulfilled, in a few months it will also be possible to play Xbox Cloud Gaming on Smart TV or with the device in Chromecast mode on which they are working. Additionally, Xbox One players will be able to play exclusive Xbox Series X titles through xCloud.
You can check here the 25+ titles on the way for Xbox Game Pass in the next few dates.
Source | The Verge