xCloud: Xbox Series X Games Streaming Starting Today
If you play away xCloud, there Microsoft Streaming platformyou will surely have noticed the presence in some titles, the possibility of taking advantage of Xbox Series X game enhancementssuch as the increase in resolution and framerate.
xCloud welcomes Xbox Series X games
Without any kind of announcement, Microsoft made available some server-side updates for a list of games, implementing the Xbox Series X enhancementsthus offering to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers with a good connection, di play streaming to a higher quality.
THE games currently supported are:
- Destiny 2
- The Elder Scrolls Online
- For Honor
- Gears 5
- Gears Tactics
- Halo The Master Chief Collection
- MLB The Show
- No Man’s Sky
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps
- Sea of Thieves
- State of Decay 2
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
To the shared list, of course, many others could be added in the coming days games currently absent, but already playable with the necessary improvements on Xbox Series X. As anticipated xCloud it can be used for a fee through theindividual subscription that included in the Game Pass Ultimate.
With xCloud you can stream Xbox One and Series games from smartphone and tabletalbeit in the future Microsoft is planning to make the Xbox One from the xCloud consoleas well as bringing the service to SmartTV and other platforms.
Have you already heard of Any Games that Support Touch Controls in xCloud?
It seems like Xbox is rolling out Xbox Series X server blades over at https://t.co/zJGI7IsdV6 for selected games.
I’m playing the Xbox Series X version of Rainbow Six: Siege on xCloud, proof in the pic below (120 FPS option).
The game feels great and much more responsive. pic.twitter.com/Nn19ooIcDx
– Klobrille (@klobrille) June 22, 2021