Microsoft made it clear to us at a press conference before E3 that they will be committed to cloud technology in the future. Their xCloud service may still be in its infancy, but the company has made ambitious plans for the near future, so that users around the world can play the latest AAA games no matter what device they have.
During this presentation, Microsoft Cloud Gaming CVP Kareem Choudhry said: “We have a long and rich roadmap.” Then, he went on to list 4 exciting ways the company expects to expand its cloud services in 2021. New way.
Kareem revealed that the cloud gaming function for Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will soon be launched in Australia, Mexico, Brazil and Japan. He also elaborated that later this year, cloud services will appear in the Xbox application on the PC, which will be integrated into the console, allowing players to experience the game before downloading.
The third thing they mentioned at the press conference is that xCloud on the browser will leave the beta phase in the “coming weeks” and will be available to all Ultimate members in the supported markets. He said that this will enable users to “enter Xbox with just one click on a range of devices and even on the iPhone.” Finally, it is revealed that Xbox Series X will power all devices through cloud technology and is currently in the “final stage of internal testing.” Ultimate subscribers will receive service upgrades in the “coming weeks.”
Are you excited about being able to play top games on your smartphone or browser?