Microsoft will bring cloud gaming to Xbox consoles this holiday season – TechCrunch

Microsoft is now moving to the next stage of its plan to bring Xbox Cloud Gaming on as many devices and consoles as possible. This is one of the most important steps in Microsoft's plans. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers who subscribe to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will be able to access cloud gaming on Xbox Series X/S consoles and Xbox One consoles starting this holiday season.
The announcement was made by the company during Gamescom. It said that you will be able to launch more than 100 games from your computer without downloading them. Xbox One owners will soon be able to play Series X/S games via the cloud, including Microsoft Flight Simulator. If a title is compatible with cloud gaming, you will see the cloud icon next it in your Game Pass library. Microsoft targets 1080p gameplay at 60 frames a second.

Xbox Cloud Gaming is available for PC, tablet and phones. Microsoft is also developing Xbox game streaming sticks and a smart TV cloud gaming application. After launching cloud gaming on Xbox One S-based blade servers, Microsoft began to transition the service onto Xbox Series X hardware this summer.

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Engadget.