Xbox Cloud Gaming is also coming to both Xbox Series X/S consoles as well as Xbox One with great joy for subscribers to the Microsoft service. The Xbox Cloud Gaming beta has already arrived on PC and iOS in beta
Xbox Cloud Gaming coming to Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One consoles
Microsoft announced Xbox Cloud Gaming that will be available for both old-gen and new-gen Xbox consoles in November and December 2021. According to Microsoft, through the same service, which runs games in the cloud without having to download them, even Xbox One could run Xbox Series X/S games.
The Xbox Cloud streaming gaming service allows players subscribed to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service to play the titles in the catalog, without necessarily having to download them in whole or in part. The progress is significant for all subscribers and will allow players to select a game and immediately decide to try it without excessive queues and waiting times to download the content.
“Play right from the cloud on your console with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Join friends faster, easily discover new games without waiting for downloads, and experience next-gen games on Xbox One.* Xbox Cloud Gaming coming to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One holiday 2021,” reads the description in a video published below.
The Xbox Series and Xbox One UI will be changed to include a small cloud icon, which will indicate which games can be played instantly with no download required. As with other versions of Xbox Cloud Gaming, the stream will support up to 1080p and 60fps, so we still won’t be able to play in 4K using this technology.