Xbox and Xbox Game Pass are coming to more screens
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- Bringing the Joy and Community of Gaming to Everyone - Xbox Wire
- Will Tuttle, Xbox Wire Editor in Chief
- Jun 10 2021
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I'm pretty excited for the Xbox Cloud gaming to come to browsers, I'm not always able to play my Xbox in the living room due to its proximity to my SO's work station. The controllers get too loud for certain games so I usually wait for some dead time to play, but this hinders my progress for the 360 games I am playing.
It makes me wonder when they are going to roll out console streaming to PC. For the OG Xbox One, this was possible and much more preferable to cloud gaming.
There was a PC app intended for Microsoft Employees only that was discovered on the Store for Xcloud Streaming with Remote Play. Assuming that is the PC app they're talking about, it's going to be "later this year."
Course, if you want to do some hackery, you could just sideload it now. Xcloud doesn't work anymore, but remote play should be fine.
It's arrived officially.
The Verge: Microsoft brings xCloud to Windows PCs with the Xbox app.
Not that there's any interest from Microsoft in that, but would it be feasible to use something like that to play current gen only games on Xbox One or even the 360?
I have tested Xbox Game Streaming on an Xbox Browser. It's not quite as good as local on something with lots of reflex testing, but if you want to play a Series X exclusive on a launch day Xbox one, you can.