Microsoft uses Xbox app to bring xCloud game streaming to Windows PC
Microsoft today Announce The company finally pushed the Xbox Cloud Gaming, which is in the beta phase, to the Xbox application for Windows. More specifically, it can be used by Xbox insiders.
Microsoft’s xCloud project is a game streaming service supported by Xbox game consoles in the company’s data center. Currently, if you subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you support more than 100 games.
Today’s announcement allows Microsoft to finally allow Xbox Insider program users to run the xCloud game service on their Xbox apps. Previously, PC players had to use a browser. The same games that Microsoft offers on the browser will be available in the “cloug games” section of the Xbox app.
Jason Beaumont, Director of Xbox Experience Partners, wrote The Xbox app will provide some features to distinguish it from the browser, “including
Easy-to-access controller and network status information, social features to keep in touch with friends, and the ability to invite people-even those who are playing on the cloud without installing the game-to join your game. “
The Xbox cloud gaming service allows gamers to stream more than 100 games. Whether you have an older machine or the latest PC without a powerful GPU, all you need is a compatible controller and internet connection to run the service.
If you are not part of the Xbox membership plan, you can check This site Get information on how to access the xCloud service on the device.If you are not in the supported 22 countries listed on the website here, You must wait until Microsoft also launches the service in your area.