Xbox Cloud Gaming gets a boost on Steam Deck and ChromeOS

People who visit through a browser on and system (incl ) can now have an improved experience. The game streaming service will be available in higher resolutions on those platforms. It will also run more smoothly.

As discovered by an Xbox employee who belongs to CohenJordan that the update marks the end of the transition to a different kind of streaming technology, though they don’t explain exactly what that entails. According to CohenJordan, the good news is that if you use a browser to access Xbox Cloud Gaming on any device (), you’ll have a more consistent experience.

Along with Linux and ChromeOS, Xbox Cloud Gaming (still in beta) works on Xbox consoles, smartphones, tablets, computers and . Microsoft and Meta are headphones too.

Microsoft really wants Steam Deck users to be able to access Xbox Cloud Gaming. It has yet to release an Xbox app for the system (or Linux), but the company has that should help you set up the service on the Steam Deck.

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