Xbox cloud gaming is coming soon to smart TVs, which means you’ll only need your own big screen and controller to play the latest Xbox games.
New details were confirmed GQ New interview with Xbox boss Phil Spencer of Microsoft’s gaming division, and other prominent figures. Spencer told GQ that Microsoft is currently working with TV makers to make Xbox cloud gaming a reality for smart TVs, and while the article doesn’t put any sort of time table on the first TVs with the feature , it says “soon.”
Xbox Cloud Gaming is currently supported on PC, iPhone, and Android, and Also on Xbox One (though the latter is currently in testing), This allows Xbox Game Pass Unlimited subscribers to stream games on the devices of their choice and play them with a connected controller or even play certain specially named games such as Minecraft Dungeon and Sea of Thieves. Allows you to play via touch controls.
Speaking of control options, one of the biggest obstacles to Xbox Cloud gaming directly through your TV will be making sure the controllers sync properly. You probably don’t want to try playing Halo Infinity with your remote control.
Many smart TVs these days come with built-in Bluetooth, which is all you need to wirelessly connect a standard Xbox controller. Even if your TV doesn’t have Bluetooth, a system update may be able to make it compatible with an existing Xbox Wireless Adapter dongle, which plugs into a standard USB Type-A port. We’ll just have to wait and see what Microsoft and its TV maker partners come up with.
Whether or not you can beam them directly to your TV, some of these are Upcoming Xbox Series X Games We are most excited.