Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming service is now available on iOS devices. According to the group, access is via Safari or Edge.
Invitation only launched in mid-April After a beta test, Microsoft offered its Xbox Cloud Gaming service to all GamePass Ultimate subscribers on iOS and PC. With the launch of the open beta version, these users can visit the xCloud website and play some of the games in the GamePass library via their browser. On PC, the service supports Edge and Chrome, while on iOS it can be accessed via Safari. Additionally, you can use a controller via Bluetooth or USB to play the included games. Microsoft has also announced that it will now use custom Xbox Series X hardware to power xCloud. If you have a fast enough internet connection, you can use the new hardware to play games at 1080p and up to 60 frames per second.
Extensions designed for Xbox
Expanded simultaneously Microsoft The backbone for the Xbox is Razor Xiaom designed around one and two iOS controllers. With the new badge, both controllers will be available for those who have not tried the service with a three-month free trial of Game Pass Ultimate To make XCloud available on iOS devices, Microsoft had to remove several barriers. Denied citing guidelines from the App Store Apple Only approval of game streaming applications on its devices. The company then allowed an exception so that these applications could work through the browser.
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