And theI returned Microsoft announced on June 10 that it is in the final stages of upgrading its xCloud data centers with the Xbox Series X.
And after about two weeks, it looks like you can play games with this new device.
Some xCloud games now offer upgraded graphics options in their settings menus, which were only available on Xbox Series X, or load via xCloud much faster than they used to be.
And you can see the upgraded graphics settings in Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Rainbow Six Siege.
Additionally, Dirt 5 loads very quickly and doesn’t have much lag while racing.
On the other hand, Forza Horizon 4 doesn’t seem to work across upgraded xCloud devices, as the latency is much worse than in Dirt 5 and the game loads much slower.
Microsoft did not confirm in a statement that the new server hardware was turned on. But she promised to have news on the matter soon.
xCloud get an upgrade:
We’re constantly testing new features and making improvements to create a better xCloud gaming experience,” Microsoft said. And we’ll have more to share soon about the upgrades we’re making to Microsoft data centers.
On June 10, Microsoft also said that xCloud, which is currently available as an invite-only beta, will be available through the browser to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members in the next few weeks.
During its E3 event, Microsoft also revealed that xCloud is coming to Xbox One. This means that older generation devices will be able to play next generation games like Microsoft Flight Simulator through the cloud.
Earlier this week, the company revealed that it intends to create custom games for the cloud. And theappointed Microsoft former Google Stadia design director, Kim Swift, known for the popular game Portal.
The games that you can play via cloud services are not meant for the cloud. It is designed to run across existing platforms and computers.
As a result, the benefits you get from the cloud are faster load times, no need to install games, and higher graphics.
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