Microsoft has started testing Xbox Cloud Gaming for consoles, permitting some Xbox Insiders to play Game Pass games on their consoles without downloading or install them first.
The feature is currently accessible for a few lucky Insiders who are in the Alpha Skip-Ahead and Alpha Xbox Insider rings, yet Microsoft says it will grow different rings soon. On the off chance that the Xbox gods have picked you to get the update, you’ll track down a full list of supported games on your console by going to My Games and Apps>Full Library>Xbox Game Pass and set the filter to “Cloud gaming.” All games that help streaming will feature a small cloud icon close to their box and will support 1080p at 60fps on consoles, which is in accordance with the service on PCs and cell phones.
Xbox engineering lead Eden Marie noticed that Xbox Series X|S exclusive games are not supported on Xbox One consoles with Xbox Cloud Gaming, yet the team is working on it. There are likewise several referred to issues, for example, in-game buys not being supported when playing a title with Xbox Cloud Gaming, yet you can look at those in the most recent Xbox Insider post over on Xbox Wire.
Xbox Cloud Gaming is relied upon to carry out to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on both Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One this holiday.
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