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Microsoft has rolled out its Cloud Gaming Service to the updated version of the Xbox Gaming application

Microsoft finally added it's Cloud Game Streaming Service to the Xbox Gaming application for Windows.

Microsoft has made its cloud game streaming service available in the Xbox gaming application for the comfort of Windows 10 players. Although the Xbox cloud gaming service is indeed open to play on the web, users can now stream it using Windows 10's official Xbox gaming app too.

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Only a few players can stream the game right now since only the beta version is released. However, the game will soon be available to all users.

Residents of over 22 countries, including several major countries such as the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, can stream Xbox cloud games.

However, because the game cannot be playable with a mouse and keyboard, a gamer must need to use a Bluetooth or USB cable to connect the PC to the controller.

Besides this, the users can also stream cloud games via the updated version of the Xbox application and help them resume the cloud games that they previously played on the web. 

Steps to follow in order to stream Xbox Cloud Games on Windows PC or Xbox Player. 

Let's explore how Cloud Gaming Service can be used on Windows devices or Xbox Player. 

  • First of all, make sure you're eligible to enter into Microsoft’s beta programs.
  • To become eligible, the user is required to have an Xbox Player or Windows 10 PC. 
  • If you're streaming the games via Xbox, install the “Xbox Insider bundle” from the Store. On the other hand, if you’re having a Windows 10 device, you’ll be required to install the “Xbox Insider Hub” application via visiting the Windows app Store.
  • Before streaming the cloud game on PC make sure that you're using an updated version of the Xbox App.