Windows 11 comes with a built-in Xbox app so you can easily access Game Pass and xCloud, according to Microsoft.
Windows 11 just crashed today because now we know what to expect. It will be a free update to Windows 10, so you won’t have to worry about grabbing a new setup file, and it will bring many pioneering features to the Xbox Series X | S like Auto- HDR and DirectStorage for faster load times. And of course, Windows 11 will maintain “the widest hardware support in the world.”
But the coolest thing about Windows 11? It will come with a built-in Xbox app so you can access Xbox Game Pass quickly and easily.
Xbox Wire hasn’t exactly shown the app in action, but we’re assuming it will generally look like your Xbox Series X | S’s Home screen, only in a window. You’ll have access to a “library of over 100 high-quality PC games across all genres,” including a bunch of new Bethesda games just announced at E3 and a brand new proprietary title each quarter, like Halo Infinite, Twelve Minutes and Age of Empires IV.
Best of all, if you have an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership, the Xbox app will let you play Xbox Cloud Gaming directly without the need for a browser. In the future, you’ll even be able to stream to your TV and use Cloud Gaming on Xbox One, which means you’ll be able to get next-gen games with just a fast internet connection.
You’ll also be able to install and use Android apps on Windows 11, which means Google and Microsoft are a true team. Android apps will appear as icons on your desktop and launch exactly the same as your phone.
Windows 11 will arrive as a free online update for Windows 10. Microsoft has not specified when the deployment will begin, but expects to receive a notification shortly and to allow approximately an hour for your computer to install the update. up to date. (depending on your machine’s specifications, of course).
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