The feature will enable users to play over 100 Xbox Game Pass titles on Microsoft's Edge, Google's Chrome, or Apple's Safari internet browsers on their devices instead of using a video game console, easing access to gaming irrespective of location and device. The beta version will only be available for select Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members, who will be sent an invite, said Catherine Gluckstein, head of Xbox's cloud gaming service in a blog post https://bit.ly/2P01FsU on Monday.
Microsoft will start letting people play Xbox games on their phone as part of its cloud gaming initiative. The new feature will mean that people can play console games by streaming them over the internet, effectively borrowing a console operated by Microsoft remotely, so that games can be played anywhere. Microsoft said that, in the coming days, members of the Xbox Games Pass Ultimate service will start receiving inviations that will allow them to enter a “limited beta” for using the service on Windows 10 PCs and iPhones and iPads.
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