Xbox has announced its bringing its Xbox Cloud Gaming service to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles later this year.
The service, which is currently available on mobile and (as of this past Spring) PC and Apple devices via the web, allows Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to play from over 100 games without having to download a thing. There’s over 100 titles in the Xbox Game Pass library already supporting the service, including games like Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 4 and more.
Once the service goes live on console, those with access will be able to choose from the list of games and jump right into the game, without an install. This also goes so far as to allow Xbox One owners to access Xbox Series X|S titles such as The Medium and Microsoft Flight Simulator, as they run on dedicated machines in the cloud rather than the user’s own hardware.
The service will support streaming of the games at 1080p at 60FPS, which is the same as the service currently supports on other devices. As per the Xbox Wire, it’ll go into testing first for Xbox Insiders this Fall, before a full release this ‘Holiday 2021’. Check out the trailer for Xbox Cloud Gaming coming to consoles for yourself down below.