According to the Xbox Wire entry, the latest version of the Xbox app for Windows PC supports ARM64. The app has been updated so the game streaming service should now run more smoothly on new Surface models as well. Since only the x86 version was previously emulated, response times were expected to be significantly longer. When paired with 5G devices like the equivalent Surface Pro 9, Xbox cloud gaming should run without much lag.
With the update, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users now have the ability to stream hundreds of games from the cloud to Android smartphones, iOS devices, Android TVs, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, portable consoles like Logitech G Cloud, Chromebooks, and more. Multiple Windows computers. All you have to do is open the Xbox app or visit the service website.
Microsoft collaborates with Meta
A few days ago, it was announced that Microsoft is collaborating with Meta and wants to introduce a whole range of important products in the Metaverse. In addition to Teams, Office, and Windows, Xbox Cloud Gaming can also be used with Meta Quest VR headsets. Anyone who subscribes to the Ultimate Edition of Game Pass should be able to stream games in the meta environment.
In addition, for a few days it was possible to run a game available in the cloud directly from a Bing search and start it in the browser. For this purpose, the search engine displays a button once you search for the respective game. The feature should work not only with Edge, but also with Chromium browsers.
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