The long wait has finally come to an end as Microsoft has announced that Xbox Cloud Gaming and Xbox Remote Play are now available for all Windows 10 and 11 users. Pc users have been the only users that were yet to receive this feature as mobile devices and Xbox has been using it for quite some time now. This means that you can now run games directly on the Xbox cloud.
In the past, the Xbox cloud gaming was only exclusive to the Xbox insider program but with this release, it is no longer the case. Windows users can now have access to Xbox cloud gaming unlike before when you can only use it with your browser. You’ll still need a controller though, either a USB, wifi, or Bluetooth controller to play games on this service.
As usual, you will need an Xbox game pass for using the Xbox game cloud on your pc. On the other hand, the Xbox Remote Play lets your stream games from your Xbox console to your pc. You can stream games from any of the latest Xbox consoles except the Xbox 360. Streaming can be done over a home network or remotely over the internet
Microsoft says that games can be run on the Xbox gaming cloud in 1080p at 60fps which is a good thing and you can also play selected Xbox 360 games as well.