Microsoft has initiated internal testing of streaming xCloud games via the browser, according to The Verge. This means that you will soon be able to bypass the restrictions Apple puts on the App Store and plays xCloud on your iOS devices, or almost anything else.
Rumors of this started in October last year, but now a public preview is coming, which will work almost like the Android version of xCloud, with a simplified launcher for game recommendations, a list of games played by recent and every cloud game available through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Starting a game will put your browser into full screen mode and you will need a connected Xbox controller to play. This web version will also be included in the PC version of the Xbox app for Windows 10 at some point, with support currently only available on Google Chrome and the Chromium version of Microsoft Edge.
Currently, xCloud is powered by actual Xbox Series S hardware installed in the blade servers. Microsoft is planning to upgrade it to Xbox Series X hardware. at some point this year, which would allow for 4K game streaming.
It’s hard to say whether Microsoft has always planned browser support, but it’s …
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