Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming service or xCloud is now available on iOS devices and Windows 10 PCs to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate customers. Microsoft launched an invite-only test for Xbox Cloud Gaming on iOS and PC in April, and it is now available to everyone in 22 countries.
If they have a good Internet connection, iOS and PC users will be able to play xCloud through their browser. If you have an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, you can access the Xbox Cloud Gaming library right now and play over 100 games.
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— Xbox Game Pass (@XboxGamePass) June 28, 2021
Advantages of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription
Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available to Game Pass Ultimate users with Windows 10 PCs or iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads, according to Catherine Gluckstein, Vice President and Head of Product at Xbox Cloud Gaming. To use and get access over 100 games, users will need to use their browsers. Such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, or Safari.
The Verge was also able to get it to work on macOS, using Safari and Chrome. The service is currently offered in 22 countries, including Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, The United States of America, and others. Unfortunately, India is not included on the list.
The Xbox Series X, which Microsoft describes as an upgrade to the most powerful Xbox hardware, now powers Xbox Cloud Gaming. This means that the game is actually operating on Xbox hardware in a datacenter while being streamed on your local device. According to the business, gamers will be able to stream games in 1080p at up to 60 frames per second . That also across “the broadest of devices.”
Price to pay for Xbox Cloud Gaming
On compatible devices, It may be played with touch controls, approved controllers, or even the Backbone One controller for iOS. Players must have an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, which costs $14.99 in the United States. Microsoft is presently offering a significant discount, reducing the price down to just $1. Not only that, but when you buy a one-month subscription, you get two extra months for free.
— IGN (@IGN) June 29, 2021
The Beta Phase Games
Following a lengthy beta period, the service was officially launched for mobile and Android devices in September of last year. Fable II, Gears of War 3, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion were among the first Xbox 360 and original Xbox games to be added to the service in March.