Xbox Cloud Gaming tested: Great on PC, not so much on iOS


Even though Xbox Cloud Gaming is still technically in beta, you could argue that it’s the best cloud gaming service currently on the market. For $15 per month, you get an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, which entitles you to hundreds of first- and third-party games. You can download these titles to an Xbox console or gaming PC; otherwise, you can stream them to an Android device. And now, at long last, you can also stream Xbox games to web browsers and iOS devices.

At least if you’re one of the lucky few with a beta invite, that is. Xbox Cloud Gaming for Windows 10 PC and Apple Phones (rolls right off the tongue, doesn’t it?) is finally available in a test capacity, with no release date for the full version yet. As you’d expect for a service that’s still in beta, it’s rough around the edges, particularly in its iOS iteration. Overall, though, Xbox Cloud Gaming in browsers and iOS is off to a promising start. It also serves as a reminder that Microsoft doesn’t just want to sell you an Xbox; it wants to sell you a whole Xbox ecosystem.

Xbox Cloud Gaming on PC

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