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Microsoft executives announced earlier this month that Xbox Cloud Gaming would be upgraded to more powerful Xbox Series X hardware, and it now appears that some games have received the boost. According to The Verge, titles like Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Rainbow Six Siege directly provide 120 frames per second and enhanced graphics, while others like Dirt 5 load faster. Microsoft isn't ready to disclose the move just yet, but it has told the outlet that data center enhancements will be announced soon.
The xCloud mobile game streaming service was launched on Android in September utilizing Xbox One S-based blade servers, but the business said in the run-up to E3 that it would switch to Xbox Series hardware. The update was made to accommodate streaming on larger screen devices and improvements in load times, framerates, and optimized games.
In general, the corporation has enormous intentions for cloud gaming. Microsoft has hired Portal co-creator Kim Swift to manage its cloud game development initiatives. Microsoft also stated that it is working on a game streaming stick as part of its early E3 announcement. Like Google Stadia and Amazon Luna before it, the startup is attempting to bring Game Pass to smart TVs.