Cloud gaming is quickly gaining popularity as more companies work on enhancing its performance. This week, Xbox Cloud Gaming made improvements to its PWAs on both ChromeOS and Linux devices.
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Xbox Cloud Gaming ‘Performance Improvements’ to ChromeOS
Verified Xbox employee CohenJordan stated on Reddit that Xbox recently introduced a series of cloud updates that improved performance on ChromeOS and Linux devices. The updates aim to improve in-browser gameplay for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users, with higher gameplay resolution and a smoother streaming experience.
This update marks the end of transitioning Xbox Cloud Gaming to a different streaming method, making the overall experience more enjoyable. However, Xbox Cloud Gaming is still technically in beta and has its own pitfalls, even on ChromeOS and Linux devices. Nonetheless, it maintains one of the best catalogs of games in cloud gaming.
Amazon Luna Unlocks Two Games
Last week, Amazon Luna announced the list of games that would be added to their service in November, including two new games on the Luna+ Channel.
One of these games is Windjammer 2, a cartoon-styled animation game where players compete against opponents in a disc-throwing tournament. The soundtrack enhances the fun of the game. The second game, The Smurfs – Missions Vileaf, is also available now in the Luna+ channel on Amazon Luna.
GeForce Now’s Weekly Lineup
GeForce Now added 11 games to its ever-growing catalog this week, featuring Against the Storm, Horse Tales: Emerald Valley Ranch, Space Tail: Every Journey Leads Home, The Chant, The Entropy Centre, WRC Generations – The FIA WRC Official Game, Filament, STAR OCEAN THE DIVINE FORCE, PAGUI, RISK: Global Domination, and Total War: THREE KINGDOMS.
Xbox Cloud Gaming is a fantastic cloud gaming service, offering one of the best catalogs of games in cloud gaming. The improvements made to improve performance on both ChromeOS and Linux devices is a welcomed upgrade. While it is still in beta, it delivers a solid experience, though users may encounter occasional drawbacks.
– Xbox Cloud Gaming has an extensive library of games.
– The recent updates improve performance on ChromeOS and Linux devices.
– It is easy to use.
– Xbox Cloud Gaming is still in beta, which comes with occasional hiccups.
– Users may require a stable internet connection to avoid lag.
– It is only available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.