Xbox Cloud Gaming Is Now Available To Use With iOS Devices
Microsoft has just announced that their game streaming service, Xbox Cloud Gaming, is now available on Apple iOS devices as well as on Windows PC. The game streaming service was formerly known as Project xCloud and can now be played through several web browsers including Safari on iOS devices as well as Edge and Chrome on PC.
Stream your Xbox games with Xbox Cloud Gaming on iOS devices and PC
Microsoft also revealed that have made a lot of improvements to Xbox Cloud Gaming with upgraded data centres “powered by custom Xbox Series X hardware”. The new data centres can now provide faster game load times, better frame rates and an overall better experience in new-gen gaming.
Furthermore, Microsoft stated that the games on Xbox Cloud Gaming will be streamed at 1080p with up to 60fps. Further improvements and added features will be made down the line to improve the overall game streaming experience.
For those playing on mobile, Microsoft says that custom touch controls have been enabled for more than 50 games on the cloud gaming service. You can also play games with a wireless Bluetooth controller, either an Xbox Wireless controller or any other supported third-party wireless Bluetooth controller or accessories.
To use the service, all you have to do is head over here through the web browser on your iPhone, iPad, or PC. You will have immediate access to the 100+ games that are available now in the Xbox Cloud Gaming if you’re an existing Xbox Game Pass Ultimate member. As of right now, the service is officially available in 22 countries which include:
- United Kingdom
- United States
Pokdepinion: Now this is something I’ve been interested in. I’m a huge fan of cloud gaming and I would love to give this a try.