Xbox X/S users can now stream on PCs using consoles

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  • Microsoft has enabled remote play on PCs for the first time, which has produced excitement among gamers.
  • The stability of the feature has been improved in consoles to up to 1080p, which is a very decent overall value.
  • The app is now also able to stream all console titles, which will make gamers across the world happy.

Game enthusiasts have been treated to a more useful feature on the Xbox PC app. Microsoft has now allowed Windows 10 users to stream their console games from the Xbox or Cloud.

As you may recall, Microsoft has been at the forefront in releasing features and updates for related applications ahead of the long-awaited Windows 11 release expected in early October. 

Just the other day, a new 4K dashboard for the Xbox was being tested to improve user experience.

New Features

Users should expect to stream games from the Xbox Series X/S and any other console titles in the cloud. This is the first time Microsoft has done such a thing for its users.

According to the company, users can now stream games at a better quality of 1080p for 60 frames per second. If you are a game fanatic, then you know how important game stability is.

A Twitter user seemed to have rushed their heels to try out the feature, and from the look of things, he was thoroughly impressed!

Soon to come to Windows 11

If you have been anticipating the release of Windows 11 and are worried that this feature may not be available, you can relax as it will soon be available.

Provided you have a membership, stable internet connection, and a compatible controller, you are good to go. You can easily stream from your Cloud Gaming in the Xbox application.

More compatible devices

The new feature brings Microsoft a step closer to its goal of making as many devices as possible for cloud gaming. At present, there are 294 console games on the cloud. Android and iOs users have not been left behind as they too can take advantage of the feature.

What latest feature for the Xbox series are you currently enjoying? Share your thoughts down below.