Xbox Cloud Gaming now runs on the productive hardware Xbox Series X
Microsoft told The Verge that the Xbox Cloud Gaming service now works completely on custom hardware based on the Xbox Series X.
This has improved the download speed and performance when streaming games.
Despite the transfer of servers to more powerful hardware and the launch of Xbox Cloud Gaming in 1080p resolution at 60 FPS, Microsoft has not yet revealed the full potential of custom hardware. In the future, the company plans to add support for full-fledged 4K, but when this will happen is not entirely clear.
Redmonds are also working on the availability of the service outside of mobile devices and browsers. In particular, the developers are preparing a special application for televisions that allows users to run games without a console. In addition, Microsoft is going to release a separate device for connecting to a TV or monitor, followed by streaming via Xbox Cloud Gaming.