Xbox Cloud Gaming has been rolled out for Windows 10 PCs
After an extended Android exclusivity, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can now stream in-browser games to Windows 10 PCs. The service entered beta in April, but is now available to all Ultimate subscribers, both that you are in the right region. The US, UK and a handful of European countries are among the 22 supported countries, although the service has yet to be rolled out in Australia.
If you are a subscriber, you can go to xbox.com/play to access streaming in the browser. The service supports Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Safari, and has been rolled out to iOS devices as well. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate costs $ 15 per month (Â£ 10.99 / AU $ 14.95) but if you’re a newcomer you can get it for $ 1 / Â£ 1 / AU $ 1 for the first two months.
Xbox Cloud Gaming currently supports over 100 titles including Halo: The Masterchief Collection, Outriders, Minecraft Dungeons, Doom, and more. Some games, including Minecraft Dungeons, even have an added touchscreen user interface, in case you’re playing it on Android or iOS devices.
In its announcement, Microsoft confirmed that Xbox Cloud Gaming is powered by custom Xbox Series X hardware. “We’ve upgraded Microsoft data centers around the world with the fastest, most powerful Xbox hardware to give you faster load times, improved frame rates, and a next-generation experience. of games, âreads the ad.
“To ensure the lowest latency and the highest quality experience on the most devices, we will stream at 1080p and up to 60 frames per second.”