In a recent update, Microsoft has finally made Xbox Game Pass support on iOS devices.
After launching on Android devices last September, Microsoft has finally unleashed the full power of Xbox Cloud Gaming. In the end, the service can be used on all platforms that exist today.
Released as a Progressive Web Application (PWA), Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available to users of all types of Apple devices. Users only need to use a Bluetooth (or MFi) controller and a stable internet connection.
Players looking to dive into Xbox Cloud Gaming on iPhone and iOS will first need a Game Pass Ultimate membership. The subscription price for this service is USD 1 for the first three months.
Wccftech (June 29) reports, in addition to bringing support to iOS, Microsoft is also bringing several updates. In addition, they have made significant improvements to the overall experience.
“We’ve upgraded Microsoft data centers around the world with the fastest and most advanced Xbox hardware to give you faster load times, increased frame rates, and a new generation of gaming experiences,” Microsoft said.
“To ensure a low latency, highest quality experience across the widest set of devices, we will stream at 1080p and up to 60fps.”
With the improvement of the backbone infrastructure of cloud gaming services, gamers expect to get better performance. Some titles are rumored to be able to run at 120 fps.