Nowadays, they have come filled with surprising treats from Microsoft that users would not prefer to avoid. So, there is now an expansion of gaming availability, some notable cloud updates, and a set of Tuesday patches to look up to.
Well, The recent and much-speculated announcement from Microsoft has finally confirmed the gaming availability of Xbox Game Streaming on Windows 10 & iOS, along with the cloud updates and usual Tuesday patches.
Xbox Game Streaming for iOS and Windows 10
In a recent announcement, Microsoft has finally confirmed that XBox Game Streaming will hit Windows 10 and iOS. This is something that was flying in rumors all this time and now has come to be true. So, This update is all set to hit in Spring.
Microsoft became announced the launch of Project xCloud last November, which was dated to run Windows 10 in 20, but it failed to come to fruition. But, now it turns out that the project was still in the light, and now the games will be steamed seamlessly by fans.
Users will be Capable to reveal in-game availability using the Xbox app or browser on Windows and iOS. It will support all Windows 10 PCs, and users can count on accessing and running some prominent AAA games this time.
Users will enjoy such games from anywhere if they have data connectivity to keep the PC company. Apar From, they will be able to make the best of this platform by updating the Xbox One Controller driver on Windows.
As long as iOS is concerned, users will be able to access XBox Game Streaming via browser once it is out. Unluckily, they will not find any Xbox app on the App Store due to Apple’s imposition of limits on apps.
Final Words of Cloud Services Updates:
Besides the XBox Game Streaming on Windows 10 and iOS, Microsoft is in the news with the final Patch Tuesday of this year. So, This pack of Patch Tuesday patches is, however, looks small compared to others this year.
Apar from Microsoft has announced a plethora of updates which include the availability of Azure Digital Twins. Well, The company is planning to introduce a Danish data center, increasing the availability of its services like SharePoint.