Redmond, Wash.-Based tech giant Microsoft is working on a new Xbox Game Streaming app for Windows PCs, which also includes access to the company’s cloud gaming platform. , xCloud. Ongoing development for the new app comes courtesy of The Verge, who also managed to get access to the latest version of the Xbox Game Streaming app for Windows. According to The Verge report, the app will allow Windows users to stream games from their Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and xCloud consoles. The version purchased by the folks at The Verge is an internal beta and therefore not a fully finished product.
Newer Xbox consoles cannot stream console games to Windows PCs currently, as this feature is not supported on the existing Xbox Console Companion app. The new Xbox Game Streaming app will fix this problem and also bring xCloud streaming to Windows PCs for the first time. The Verge also gave a brief overview of the features and functionality of the new Xbox app, claiming that the Xbox Remote Play feature works the same as the existing console companion and allows users to remotely wake up an Xbox console, to connect and play games wherever they are. are.