Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming could add support for Elden Ring and GTA V soon

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Earlier today, Twitter user Knoebel spotted Xbox Cloud Gaming pages for Elden Ring, GTA V, and Soul Hackers 2.

While these games didn’t appear to be playable via Microsoft’s cloud gaming platform at the time, their listings, which have since been taken offline, are notable as these titles aren’t currently available to play as part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription service. Currently only Xbox Game Pass games are playable via Xbox Cloud Gaming.

The addition of player-owned, non-Game Pass, games to Xbox Cloud Gaming isn’t news, as plans for this kind of support was confirmed by Microsoft a couple of months back, but the sighting of these listings does seem to suggest that this evolution of Xbox Cloud Gaming is set to finally happen sometime in the near future.

Either that or GTA V, Soul Hackers 2, and Elden Ring are coming to Xbox Game Pass soon.

Also today, another Twitter user, Jadson, was shown an ad for Game Pass Ultimate featuring Elden Ring. However, it’s unclear if this ad is just for Xbox Cloud Gaming support being added to Elden Ring for those that already own the game or if Elden Ring will also be added to the Xbox Game Pass library.

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Update: Microsoft has responded with an official statement.