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Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes to Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S

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The company announced on Tuesday that Xbox Cloud Gaming, which allows gamers to stream games instead of having to install them on a device, would be available on its new Xbox Series X and S consoles, as well as older models, eventually of the year in time for Christmas.

American tech giants like Microsoft, Google and Amazon are betting on a future of video games beyond consoles. Games can be played exclusively through streaming services or accessed through hardware such as tablets in the near future.

The Xbox Game Pass subscription service gives players access to a library of over 100 titles for around $15 a month. While Microsoft is still investing heavily in Xbox hardware, it is also putting its focus on this exciting new program that will allow gamers around the world to experience what it’s been like to play games since 1999 for just a monthly fee!

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Each player has a different way of playing and enjoying the games. For some, console games are their favorites because of the physicality they can feel in their hands, as well as how immersive it is to be sitting on the couch with friends playing together. But for others who are more into gaming on mobile phones or PC, “cloud streaming” may seem like something worth checking out just from the perspective that there is always an Internet connection available wherever you go, as long as you have Wi-Fi access. fi! Microsoft’s new strategy looks very promising when combined with what other companies are also doing in this space: Sony offers PlayStation Now which gives gamers instant access by streamlining console game selection, while Google also has the Stay. It should also be noted that Netflix could also launch itself in this market.

Currently, Xbox Cloud Gaming is only available on mobile devices and PCs. Now, Microsoft plans to bring it to consoles. It also has a plan to launch cloud games on television through partnerships with manufacturers and its own dedicated streaming dongles.

Microsoft unveiled the launch window for its cloud games on consoles during Gamescom, which is only taking place online this year due to the coronavirus.

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