Don’t sell your Xbox One yet, Microsoft has plans for it – CNET
Even though the Xbox Series consoles are out, they’re still hard to find, leaving many Xbox One owners waiting patiently to try and snag one. Microsoft says not to worry, as some of the biggest next-generation titles will still be playable on the older hardware.
Microsoft revealed its upcoming lineup of games during its E3 2021 presentation, and said in a blog post Sunday that it will share in the future how many of the next-gen games will be playable on the Xbox One through Xbox Cloud Gaming. One of the titles mentioned was Microsoft Flight Simulator, which comes out on July 21 for the Xbox Series X and S consoles.
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Before E3 started, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer said the company is expanding its cloud gaming service to smart TVs to allow people to play Xbox games without the need for additional hardware. Xbox Cloud Gaming is part of the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription and currently works on Android devices and is currently being tested on iOS devices and PC browsers.
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June 15, 2021 at 02:27PM