This up-gradation provides Games on the new server hardware load much faster. Microsoft just wants to upgrade its Xbox Cloud Gaming datacenters with Xbox Series X hardware and nearly two weeks later, it seems as if you can finally play games on that new hardware. They want to improve their server so it provides a faster loading platform. Microsoft’s head of cloud gaming, Kareem Choudhry, who said the cloud gaming service was powered by Xbox One S consoles in server blades, recently confirmed the desire to shift to Series X hardware. That shift now appears to be underway. Microsoft is getting ready to launch its xCloud game streaming service later this year as part of Xbox Game Pass. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that testing has already begun on upgraded xCloud servers and that Microsoft is even experimenting with dedicated PC server blades for streaming PC games over xCloud.
There is no official news for this but we can say that it will happen. Because Microsoft wants to improve their platform which provides faster loading. Maybe it will come next year, This next-gen processor is far more powerful and capable of running four Xbox One S game sessions simultaneously. They will use Xcloud servers it so much exciting for them and also includes a new built-in video encoder that is up to six times faster than the current encoder. Hope so it will work better than android and also good for those who have the Game Pass Ultimate subscription, at least – and also be integrated into the Xbox console experience later this year.
You can see these Xcloud games are also showing enhanced graphics options in settings menus that would only otherwise be accessible through a Series X console, as well as loading much faster than previously. Up until now, however, the catch has been measly power on the server-farm side, since its cloud instances regressed to the “base” Xbox One console spec. Earlier this month, Xbox execs confirmed that its server fleet would begin upgrading to the Xbox Series X spec, which supports higher frame rates, higher pixel resolutions, faster loading times, and advanced rendering features. During E3, Microsoft also revealed that Xcloud will come to Xbox One console, which means that the older gen hardware will be able to play next-gen games like Microsoft Flight Simulator through the cloud. Today’s time all the games are using different platforms and Microsoft wants to enhance and boost the working that helps players, but also some of the problems like doesn’t support pc games yet. Microsoft will need these new PC server blades to stream Xbox Game Pass PC games to mobile devices, Windows PCs, and perhaps even Xbox consoles in the future. The software creator has been trying to pressure Apple into improving its App Store policies to allow XCloud to launch on iOS, but those conversations are ongoing and it’s unlikely the service will launch fully on Apple devices later this year. These changes will give improvement.