Microsoft Has Started Rolling Out Cloud Gaming Support For Xbox One, Series S/X

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For a select group of gamers, Microsoft has begun rolling out Xbox Cloud Gaming to compatible Xbox systems, with wider support coming in the coming weeks. In some locations, Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X owners with a current Game Pass Ultimate subscription will be able to stream games over the cloud. It means that instead of downloading the complete game, gamers may now use their Game Pass to try out a wide choice of titles.

On November 16, the company announced Xbox Cloud Gaming functionality. The company also claimed that it will first be available in 25 locations. Microsoft also announced that Xbox One owners will benefit from the debut of Xbox Cloud Gaming. It will allow them to play next-generation games like The Medium and The Riftbreaker without having to purchase an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S.

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Users with fast connections but limited bandwidth may find Xbox Cloud Gaming useful since they can now use their Game Pass Ultimate membership to sample out games before deciding to download the complete game. It may also be useful for folks who don’t want to wait for a popular new gaming title to download and instead want to play right away.

At Gamescom 2021 in August, Microsoft confirmed that Xbox Series S/X and Xbox One consoles would support Xbox Cloud Gaming, as well as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The company had stated at the time that it hoped to introduce the service, which was still under beta testing, “by holiday 2021.”

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