Microsoft Plans to Streaming Xbox Cloud Gaming to PC

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Xbox Cloud Gaming has been testing for several years now. In the future, updates will be released to Microsoft. To date, the facts often come from official sources. It was previously reported that, in the future, the following would happen:

It’s not a complete list of what Microsoft plans to implement in its cloud gaming. The Verge portal brought attention to all documents that appeared in the agreement between Microsoft and Activision today, namely the internal correspondence of Microsoft executives.

Nadella’s inquiry was prompted by a July 2021 article from 9to5Google which discussed the potential white labelling of Google’s Stadia game streaming technology. Phil Spencer responded to Nadella, indicating that Microsoft can stream PC native games from an Azure GPU SKU, which would allow for more re-use scenarios to recoup costs.

According to internal emails revealed during the FTC v. Microsoft case, Microsoft has been planning to stream PC games through Xbox Cloud Gaming.

As The Verge reports, the internal emails show that the company has been planning on expanding its Xbox Cloud Gaming service by adding PC games, a decision that was originally in response to Google Stadia's existence.

Xbox's service currently allows you to play games on Xbox Game Pass through multiple devices - like Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and mobile and tablet devices from Apple and Android - but is currently limited to Xbox titles only.

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