Xbox Insiders can now stream cloud games to their console

Microsoft Finally launched Xbox cloud gaming – The official name is cloud – To the Xbox game console. The company announced last month that it intends to introduce this feature to game consoles, and now we are starting to see it available to anyone who signs up for the Xbox Insider program.

At its simplest, the Xbox cloud gaming service on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S will allow you to stream games and try them out before you promise to save them to your console. However, don’t expect 4K capabilities here; it’s all aimed at 1080p in a “try before you buy” approach.


However, the service has another more important application on the console: the service will eventually allow you to play Xbox Series X/S exclusive games (such as Microsoft Flight Simulator) on Xbox One, although this is not available at launch Row.

More than 100 Xbox Game Pass games will be offered as part of the first wave of Xbox Cloud Gaming console integration. For example, you can play Minecraft Dungeons games with friends without having to download the game first-all thanks to the power of the cloud.

If you don’t currently have access to Cloud Gaming flights, don’t worry: Microsoft is currently rolling out access to “A random subset of Alpha Skip-Ahead and Alpha Insiders” (thanks, edge). You may not wait too long before you can try this streaming experience for yourself.

Microsoft has previously stated that the public is expected to use this feature before the 2021 holiday.