Xbox cloud gaming Starting tomorrow, it will launch a beta version in the beta version of the Chrome browser and Edge browser on Windows 10 PCs and the Safari browser on Apple phones and tablets.
In a statement on the xbox blog, Catherine Gluckstein, the vice president and product leader of xCloud, confirmed that Xbox Cloud Gaming will land on more platforms on April 20, allowing some users to register for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to demonstrate streaming technology on Xbox. New platform.
Gluckstein said: “From tomorrow, we will begin to send out invitations to select Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to begin testing the Xbox Cloud Gaming restricted beta for Windows 10 PCs and Apple phones and tablets through a web browser.”
“We are launching xbox.com/play, and invitees can play more than 100 Xbox Game Pass titles through Edge, Google Chrome or Safari. Cloud games are provided through the browser and have a simplified universal login page, which is for cloud gaming Over time, more players in more places provide great opportunities to get started.”
If you are lucky enough to be invited, no matter what platform you are playing on, the service supports controllers connected via Bluetooth and USB (even via a browser), you will be very happy. Microsoft also pointed out that more than 50 titles have custom touch controls-the company has been working on it for some time.
These invitations will be sent to the same 22 countries where Xbox Game Pass is available, and there is no mention of broader international support in this particular blog post.
Our recent report stated that Microsoft is already testing the 1080p streaming of Xbox Game Pass cloud games-most likely the reason for this launch.
Xbox Game Pass cloud gaming was launched in 22 countries/regions in September, offering more than 150 games for you to choose from. When our own Alex Donaldson first tried xCloud, he was very impressed with it.
The blog post said: “Our plan is to quickly iterate over the next few months and open it to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members, so that more people have the opportunity to play Xbox in a whole new way.”.
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