Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming service, previously known as xCloud, is now powered by Xbox Series X hardware.
The new update to the Xbox Cloud Gaming Service will offer improvements such as quicker game load times and higher framerates for players that stream Game Pass games via the cloud.
As reported by The Verge, Microsoft upgraded the xCloud Gaming service to 60fps and 1080p streams recently, although there is no word from Microsoft about lifting the resolution cap to 4K in the near future, despite being one of the standout features of the Xbox Series X console.
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