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New Delhi, 28 February: Microsoft is known for constantly innovating new technologies with modern technologies. In its link, it is reportedly working on finalizing its ‘X-box game streaming’ app for Windows PC (personal computers). The app includes access to streaming games from the company’s X-Cloud service. Currently the game cannot be streamed on a Windows PC with this new ‘Xbox’ app as it does not support the existing Xbox-console console companion app.
According to a report published in ‘The Verge’, with this new app, Windows users will be able to stream games from the X-Box series S / R console and X-Cloud. This app will also bring X-cloud streaming to Windows PC for the first time. Microsoft is preparing 1080p streams for the X-Cloud instead of 720p to improve the experience on Windows PCs. Microsoft plans to hold an event titled “What’s New for Gaming” next month. In this, the company can also make announcements related to X-Cloud plans for Web and iOS. Also read: FCI Recruitment 2021: Registration process in FCI starts on official website fci.gov.in starting tomorrow, apply this way
It is worth noting that recently Microsoft started testing its game streaming service – X-Cloud for iOS and iPadOS through browsers on web and PC. The company has been unable to release its X-Cloud service on the App Store due to Apple’s ban. This is the reason the company announced that it will release the game streaming service via Safari on iOS.