Microsoft Xbox Cloud Gaming Available as a Web App for iOS and Windows 10 – Games – News

Microsoft provides Xbox Cloud Gaming service widely to iOS and PC users. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can now use the service in their web browser. Xbox Cloud Gaming is available in the Netherlands, Belgium, and more.

Microsoft writes Which web version From Xbox Cloud Gaming for Windows 10 works through Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. iOS version works alone Through Apple Safari. The service works with Bluetooth and USB controllers. Some games will receive touch screen support for iOS. Android users can download the web version of the service also use Via Chrome, although Microsoft previously released a separate Xbox Game Pass app via the Play Store. The Verge writes That the service also works on macOS, via Microsoft Edge and Safari.

The tech giant also announced that its Xbox Cloud Gaming servers are now using a modified Xbox Series X. The service previously ran on Xbox One S consoles in Microsoft’s server gardens. Thanks to the upgrade, Microsoft now offers 1080p streaming at 60 frames per second. The company claims that game load times should also be improved as a result.

I love Microsoft Since mid-April Closed trial of the Xbox Cloud Gaming web version for PC and mobile devices. The web version is, among other things, necessary to use the service on iPhones and iPads. Microsoft cannot release a standalone app for the service due to Apple’s policies for iOS apps in its App Store. The cloud gaming service should eventually be integrated into the Xbox app for Windows, but for now PC users can only use the service via their web browser.

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