Xbox Cloud Gaming is now compatible with ARM PCs running Windows

Microsoft Xbox Cloud Gaming is also now compatible with i Windows devices based on ARM processors: The news was published last night on the official Xbox blog, as part of a few days full of announcements for Redmond (at the hardware level, the Surface Pro 9, Surface Laptop 5, Surface Studio 2+ and accessories have introduced the news arrival on Windows in collaboration with Apple, and said it will bring Several of its services, including xCloud, are in the meta metaverse).

Microsoft simply updated the Xbox app, then Just go to the store And download or update on devices like the Microsoft Surface Pro X itself, HP Envy X2 or Lenovo ThinkPad X13s. And of course the 5G variant of the just-announced Surface Pro 9, which is based on the Microsoft SQ3 chip developed in collaboration with Qualcomm. Thus, Xbox Cloud games are currently compatible, via a dedicated app or web browser, with the following platforms:

  • Any Windows, macOS, and Linux (including Steam Deck)
  • Xbox Series and One consoles
  • Android devices (including Logitech G Cloud)
  • iPhone and iPad
  • Samsung Smart TV
  • Chromebook
  • Coming soon Meta Quest viewers

In short, Where Google throws in the towel Microsoft hits the accelerator, backed by a more solid starting position – solid leadership in the gaming world and a more attractive business model. When Stadia orders the purchase of individual games in addition to a subscription payment (at least for the highest quality), Redmond ties everything into Game Pass Ultimate, where with a single monthly subscription access to a catalog of hundreds of games – including recent AAA games Like Forza Horizon 5, DEATHLOOP and many more.

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