Following the Beta test that began in mid-April, Microsoft has launched its Xbox cloud gaming service to everyone Subscribers on iOS and PC.with , You can visit And started to play some games included in the game pass library through the browser. On PC, the service supports Edge and Chrome, while on iOS, it can be accessed through Safari. More importantly, you can use the controller via Bluetooth or USB to play the accompanying games.
Microsoft also shared that it is now using customized Xbox Series X hardware to support the xCloud experience. For those with a fast enough Internet connection, the new hardware will allow you to run games at 1080p and up to 60 frames per second.At the same time, Microsoft is expanding its to Includes two iOS controllers: Backbone One and With the new badge, both controllers will provide a three-month trial version of Game Pass Ultimate for those who have not tried the service before.
Using xCloud on iOS devices is a journey for Microsoft. , Apple initially stated that it did not allow game streaming applications on its devices, but later made an exception to allow these applications .
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