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Xbox Cloud Gaming beta begins on Windows, iOS

Back in December, Tom’s Guide reported that Xbox Game Pass would bring cloud gaming to Web browsers and iOS devices in 2021. The time has finally come — albeit not for everyone, just yet. Xbox Cloud Gaming will come to non-gaming PCs and Apple mobile devices starting tomorrow (April 20), featuring more than 100 playable games. But since the feature is in limited beta, only existing Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers get to try it out. And if you don’t have an invitation yet, there’s no way to guarantee one in the future.

Information comes from Catherine Gluckstein, head of product for Project xCloud, writing on the official Xbox Wire blog. The post’s title, “Xbox Cloud Gaming for Windows 10 PC and Apple Phones and Tablets Begin as Limited Beta for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Members,” just about says it all. Starting tomorrow, Xbox Cloud Gaming will enter a limited beta on Windows 10 Web browsers and iOS devices, open to select Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. The service has been available on Android phones and tablets for quite some time, and is generally a smooth experience.

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