Following a brief test period, Microsoft has released Xbox Cloud Gaming. After completing its full-launch testing phase, Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available in 22 countries for all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers across consoles, Windows, and Android. The Xbox X consoles have been repurposed into Xbox One S server blades. This is also confirmed. Catherine Gluckstein, the VP of Xbox Gaming, claimed in a blog post on Xbox Wire that the quality and framerates for players had increased significantly. Microsoft's xCloud service will deliver next-generation Xbox games to the Xbox One.
The cloud isn't just something your boss's boss keeps up with without knowing what it's all about. When you subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you may play a variety of Xbox games on an Apple iPad, phone, or Windows 10 computer.
At the moment, Xbox Cloud Gaming allows you to play more than 100 titles. The whole list is available here, but as long as you have a compatible device, a supported controller, and at least a 10Mbps connection, you should be OK. Even better, some games enable touch controls, so you may not need a controller.
But wait a minute. "What devices are supported?" More information may be obtained here, however the tablets and phones must be mentioned. If you own an iPad Mini2, you're out of luck, but because iOS 13 cannot be loaded, you'll be stuck with a slew of buggy games. Android devices are supported under the current preview program, however performance issues may occur depending on the device.
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