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Another Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass article has been posted, and we get to see the upcoming games that will be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers. We see 11 games coming to the Xbox Game Pass this time, with 6 of them being Xbox Cloud Gaming enabled. New
According to a Microsoft source to The Verge, it looks like Xbox Cloud Gaming is now officially running on new Xbox Series X hardware. This upgrade will allow for improved framerates, graphics, and load times for its Xbox games over the web. However, at this time, it appears that game
More games are coming to the Xbox Game Pass. Eight, to be exact. Better yet, seven of them are going to be available on Xbox Cloud Gaming! This news comes via the latest Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass article on Xbox's official blog. So what games are coming to
Announced today, Xbox Cloud Gaming will be coming to Brazil and Mexico today, and Australia and Japan tomorrow, October 1st. The service has already been available as a beta in these locations for a limited number of users. However, it has been hinted for quite some time that the service
Microsoft's cloud gaming service, Xbox Cloud Gaming, part of the Xbox Game Pass, has been in beta in multiple countries for quite some time. According to an email sent out to Xbox Cloud Gaming Preview participants and applicants, the cloud gaming platform will officially launch in Australia later this year.
Microsoft announced today that the Xbox App for Windows 10 (and later) PCs now support streaming capabilities for Xbox Cloud Gaming and Xbox Remote Play. Back at the beginning of August, Microsoft announced that the insider version of the Xbox App would support the ability to stream games directly to
Microsoft has released another Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass blog post detailing games coming to their Xbox Game Pass subscription service. This time, it looks like nine games will be coming to Xbox Cloud Gaming, with a total of 13 games making their way to Xbox Game Pass. New
The latest Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass blog post has been released, and we are graced with eight new games coming to the Xbox Game Pass, four of which will be available through Xbox Cloud Gaming! Games coming to Xbox Game PassCraftopia (Game Preview) (Cloud, Console, and PC) -
Microsoft has announced during Gamescom 2021 that the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One will be able to take advantage of Xbox Cloud Gaming this holiday season. Later this year, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers who own an Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One will be able to
Today, Microsoft announced more games coming to their Xbox Game Pass subscription service. Of the 9 games being added, 8 of them will be available through Xbox's Cloud Gaming service. Games coming to Xbox Game PassHUMANKIND (PC) - Available TodayNeed for Speed Heat (Cloud) EA Play - Available TodayStar Wars
The award-winning isometric rogue-like dungeon crawler Hades is now available to play on the Xbox Game Pass. This includes being able to play the game through Xbox Cloud Gaming with touch controls! Interested in playing the game? Head over to Xbox.com/Play or open the Xbox app if you
Microsoft has announced that Xbox Insiders for the Xbox App for Windows will now have the ability to utilize Xbox Cloud Gaming directly on their Windows machine, without the need of going to Xbox's website. If you are an Xbox Insider, you should be able to see the "Cloud Gaming"
Today, we get a glimpse of new games coming to the Xbox Game Pass. In total, 10 new games will be making their way to Microsoft's Xbox subscription service, with seven of them coming to Xbox Cloud Gaming! What are these games, you ask? Well, let us take a look!
Initially announced in Xbox's coming soon to Xbox Game Pass announcement, Atomicrops, Last Stop, and Raji: An Ancient Epic are now available to play on Xbox Cloud Gaming! AtomicropsAtomicrops is an action rogue-lite farming simulator. You will be cultivating ultra-GMO crops, scavenge the wastelands of the post-apocalypse, recruit a herd
The mid-July update from Microsoft is here for new games coming to the Xbox Game Pass. With these announcements, we get to see all the upcoming games on Xbox's cloud gaming platform. Twelve total games are coming to Xbox Game Pass; two are available today, with ten of the twelve
The final batch of games announced in the Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass post by Microsoft are now available to play on Xbox Cloud Gaming. Jump into the action instantly with your Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription and a supported device for Xbox Cloud Gaming! The MediumImage Credits: Bloober
Today, Microsoft has announced the next set of games coming to the Xbox Game Pass. Much like other announcements, this includes games that are being made available for PC, Console, and the cloud. This week, we get five games coming to Xbox Cloud Gaming, with six games coming to the
Back in April, Microsoft announced the limited beta for Windows 10 PC and iOS devices for select Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. With the beta, many subscribers were invited, allowing them to play their favorite Xbox games on the browser and their iOS devices. The limited access beta has been
Microsoft has just put out their Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass blog post, and we get to see what games are... well, coming soon to Xbox Game Pass! As this is a cloud gaming news blog, we will, of course, be focusing on the games that will be making
Recently, Microsoft discussed its future plans for cloud gaming. The article mentioned that they were in the final stages of upgrading the Data Center's behind Xbox Cloud Gaming with their latest Xbox Series X|S Server blades. These server blades would allow Xbox Cloud Gamers to play their favorite games
Kim Swift, the former director of Game Design at Google Stadia, has been scooped up by Microsoft. Swift will be joining Xbox Game Studios as the Senior Director of Cloud Gaming. For those who do not know, Kim Swift has worked on many major games, most notably, Portal and Left
Microsoft has highlighted their plans for cloud gaming not too long ago, but they mainly focused on the idea of bringing Xbox Cloud Gaming to TVs, a custom-built streaming device, and browsers. However, buried within the Xbox/Bethesda showcase recap, Microsoft mentions that they will be utilizing Xbox Cloud Gaming
In a recent article over on Xbox Wire, Microsoft lays out their future plans for Xbox and the game pass subscription services. In the article, Microsoft talks about how they are all-in on gaming and that the Xbox Game Pass subscription has changed the way players "discover, connect, and play"
In today's Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass blog post, we were given the next set of games that will be available on Microsoft's game subscription service. New games availableOut of the four games announced, three will be available to play through the cloud thanks to Xbox Cloud Gaming. The
Microsoft has announced even more games coming to the Xbox Game Pass this month, including eight games made available through Xbox Cloud Gaming. Games coming to Xbox Game PassSnowRunner (Cloud, Console, and PC) - Available NowPeggle 2 (Cloud) - May 20thPlants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville (Cloud) - May 20thSecret
Are you ready for more games to come to the cloud, thanks to the Xbox Game Pass additions? This time, nine games will be making their way to Microsoft's subscription service, with five of them being made available on Xbox Cloud Gaming. What are these games, you ask? Well, here
Another Coming soon to the Xbox Game Pass post has made its way to Xbox's blog. In these posts, we find out all the games that are coming to the Xbox Game Pass. Included in this are games making their way to Xbox Cloud Gaming and touch control updates to
Announced today, Microsoft has announced that Xbox Cloud Gaming for Windows 10 PC and iOS devices will enter a limited beta phase for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members. Starting tomorrow, Xbox will be sending out invites to select Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members. They can try out Xbox Cloud Gaming
It's another Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass post, and this time, quite a few games are being added to Microsoft's subscription service, Xbox Game Pass. In this list of games, a good chunk of them will be available through Xbox Cloud Gaming as well. Games coming soon to Xbox
Phew, it feels like a bunch of games are being added to all of the cloud gaming platforms currently available! This time, it is for the Xbox Game Pass! Although some of these games will not be available through Xbox Cloud Gaming, you will be able to take advantage of
On April 1st, Outriders will be launching. The co-op third-person shooter will be available through the Xbox Game Pass on day one. However, you may want to take note that it will not be available for Xbox Game Pass on PC. Outriders will be available to all console players and
So, Microsoft officially owns ZeniMax Media. That means it owns studios such as Bethesda. It was only a matter of time before we start seeing the benefits of the acquisition. Recently, Microsoft announced that some of the upcoming new titles from Bethesda would be Xbox and PC exclusives. However, that
Since its launch, Xbox Cloud Gaming has only supported 720p game streaming. This was to save bandwidth and server resources. A 720p stream was not a massive deal for Xbox Cloud Gaming, as it mainly only worked on the small screens of Android phones and tablets. However, with the possibility
Posted on February 16th over on Xbox's Blog, it looks like those who subscribe to Xbox Game Pass will be getting some new games to play soon. New GamesHere is the list of the games being added to the Xbox Game Pass: Code Vein (PC) - February 18thPillars of Eternity
In Microsoft's most recent bi-monthly Xbox Game Pass update post, they have announced a handful of new games that will be available on the different the Xbox Game Pass, as well as other games that will be getting axed from the subscription service soon. Games being addedStarting, here is the
Xbox Cloud Gaming, formally known as Project xCloud, is the Cloud Gaming service offered by Microsoft for their Xbox ecosystem. The service is only available to those who are Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. When the service launched, few games supported touch controls; thus, the service required an external controller