Microsoft continues to roll out Xbox Cloud Gaming, which now joins the ranks of the Xbox One.
Thanks to the latter, players will be able to enjoy games released exclusively on the new generation of consoles. For now, only Insider Program members have access to the service.
The latest Xbox One update is a small revolution in itself. While Xbox Series X stocks are still desperately empty, Microsoft has just offered a golden gift to gamers. After a test period, Xbox Cloud Gaming is coming to the last-gen console.
For the moment, the service is only available to members of the Insider program, but the Redmond firm hopes to launch it officially by the end of the year.
Xbox Cloud Gaming first arrived with the October 25 update, which also included for the first time a button to launch a Twitch live stream from your console.
With this rollout for Insiders, Microsoft is giving the opportunity to experience Xbox Series X exclusives in 1080p/60 FPS, a performance that the Xbox One would usually be unable to offer.
Xbox Cloud Gaming Comes To Xbox One
Thanks to Xbox Cloud Gaming, players will have access to a selection of games available on Game Pass.
This means that they will not only be able to play titles only available on Xbox Series X, but also next-gen versions of those already available on Xbox One.
Although, as Microsoft points out, there are still some performance issues, it’s the promise of a vastly improved experience that opens up to users.
However, if you are not part of the Insider program, you should know that it is very simple (and free) to join.
All you have to do is install the Xbox Insider Hub application on your console from the Microsoft Store.
You will then be able to test the new features before anyone else. Also note that Xbox Cloud gaming is already available on Windows 10 and 11.