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Xbox Cloud Stream will soon support non-gaming games

BingMag.com <b>Xbox</b> <b>Cloud</b> <b>Stream</b> will <b>soon</b> <b>support</b> <b>non-gaming</b> games

Microsoft has always been trying to expand its Cloud gaming system. He has made many efforts in this direction. Currently, only titles in Game Pass are available on the xCloud system. The point is, there are a lot of games that are not in the gamepad. Many users have also bought different games and would like to try them out in the Cloud gaming system.

Microsoft plans to add more titles to its Cloud gaming system by the end of this year. This will give users access to the titles they own. It should be noted, however, that you still need a Game Pass Ultimate subscription to experience these titles.

Adding these new items adds a lot of value to the Xbox Cloud gaming system. Because its potential has increased and it will generally expand greatly. You should keep in mind that not all titles will still be available on this system. The reason is simple, the company must agree to participate in the Cloud gaming system. It's still unclear which games and companies will enter Microsoft's Cloud gaming system. At the beginning of the system announced that it was looking to expand it. Microsoft's main goal is to make the Xbox and gaming systems available everywhere. This goal, though difficult, is not impossible. The Cloud gaming system requires a strong internet. Still needs more work. Because it has a lot of problems even with strong internet.

The main argument is that streaming a game is much harder than a movie or series. Because you are involved in that activity and it is a kind of two-way communication. The Xbox has also made great strides in this area, but more effort is still needed. It was recently announced that Microsoft is looking to build a new game streaming console. Of course, this project was completely dissolved after a short time.

Source: TheVerge.com

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