Microsoft is working on adding PC games to its Xbox Cloud Gaming cloud service.
According to Neowin, based on some internal Microsoft emails revealed in a recent trial with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), it seems that the company is working to create a service for PC games, or At least they developed such a plan by mid-2021.
Accordingly, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella previously sent an email to Xbox executives, mentioning rumors that Google was planning to turn the Stadia cloud gaming service into a white-label service. use Stadia’s own trademarks on third-party products). At that time, Xbox chief Phil Spencer responded that Microsoft could provide the same type of service to PC game developers.
Although Microsoft offers Xbox Cloud Gaming as part of its Xbox Game Pass Unlimited service for a $16.99 a month subscription, games must be Xbox-based because the service uses the Xbox Series X version of the hardware corporate customization. With cloud gaming on PC perhaps the service will use different hardware.
But Microsoft hasn’t made any new announcements regarding improvements to its Xbox Cloud Gaming service or any expansion aimed at bringing PC gaming to the cloud in recent months.
For now, the software giant is focusing on making its game library available to other game streaming services like NVIDIA GeForce Now, as part of an effort to convince regulators to allow a deal The $69 billion Activision Blizzard is in the works.
Most recently, Microsoft announced that if Activision Blizzard is successfully acquired, it will sell the cloud experience rights to current and future Activision Blizzard games to Ubisoft for 15 years.