You can now play Xbox games with Amazon Fire TV 4K

You'll need an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

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Fire TV 4K

In today’s fast-growing technology that consistently offers fresh comforts and experiences to our living rooms, a new partnership between Microsoft and Amazon has given the gaming community joy. Picture yourself exploring the wide galaxy of Xbox games without requiring a classic console. That dream is now possible for those with Amazon’s Fire TV 4K or Fire TV 4K Max streaming sticks.

Microsoft officially lists the Xbox app on these devices, which means that cloud gaming has become possible for many people who might not have considered it before. This creative collaboration allows users to play hundreds of Xbox games from their streaming sticks. But, before you get excited about this gaming journey, you must have a suitable Xbox wireless controller (we have some recommendations) and pay for an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

    Also, you’ll need a vital internet connection with a download speed of 20Mbps or more. Although there are requirements first, the total expense is much less than buying an Xbox console: the Fire TV 4K stick is quite affordable.

    This partnership could only increase the popularity of cloud gaming, which has already been gaining ground lately. It also shows how streaming devices could potentially evolve into a central base for different forms of entertainment, not just limited to conventional video content.

    The obstacles to experiencing good-quality gaming are being broken down, making it possible for more people to access and enjoy it. Whether you are an experienced gamer or new to this world, accessing Xbox’s large library without needing a console is quite thrilling and difficult to notice.

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