August 18, 2022
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Xbox cloud gaming support has started rolling out for compatible Xbox consoles for a subset of gamers, with wider support expected in the coming weeks. Microsoft will allow Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X owners in select regions to stream games to the cloud, as long as they have an active Game Pass Ultimate subscription. This means that gamers can now try out a variety of titles using their Game Pass, instead of spending their time downloading the entire game.

company announced Support for Xbox Cloud Gaming on November 16, revealing that the first 25 regions will be supported. Microsoft also revealed that Xbox One users will benefit from the arrival of Xbox Cloud Gaming, which will allow them to play next-generation games such as The Medium and The Riftbreaker without having to purchase an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S.

Xbox Cloud Gaming can come in handy for users with a fast connection but limited Internet bandwidth, as they can now use their Game Pass Ultimate subscription to quickly try out entire games before deciding to download them. It can also be useful for those who don’t want to wait for a popular new gaming title to download so they can start playing right away.

Back in August, Microsoft announced at Gamescom 2021 that Xbox Series S/X and Xbox One consoles would receive Xbox cloud gaming support with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. At the time, the company said it was looking to roll out the service, which was in beta testing at the time, “by holiday 2021.”

Microsoft says that while support has rolled out, not all gamers will receive support for Xbox Cloud Gaming at first. “This capability will initially roll out with our November release for a subset of Xbox gamers and scale to all gamers in supported markets,” the company said on its website. According to Microsoft, gamers who have the functionality enabled on their console just need to boot up their console, locate the cloud icon, and start game streaming using the Xbox cloud service.

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