Xbox One owners can play next-gen games through streaming

Microsoft has announced that Xbox One players will be able to enjoy next-gen Series X games through the power of streaming.

As next-gen games, more foothold developers tend to migrate to these as soon as possible so that games can look the best they can. This ensures that next-gen gamers enjoy the best of gaming. But on the other hand, a huge portion of old-gen gamers eventually gets left behind.

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But Microsoft going with their recent trend of user-friendly thinking has announced that they won’t leave out the millions of Xbox One users. The solution is cloud streaming. Xbox One owners can enjoy next-gen games coming to Xbox Series X|S through streaming. Hence, gamers on a budget or who haven’t upgraded from their Xbox One yet can still enjoy the next-gen level of gaming that is coming in the future using streaming. Such as Starfield, Redfall, Fable, and much more.

“For the millions of people who play on Xbox One consoles today, we are looking forward to sharing more about how we will bring many of these next-gen games, such as Microsoft Flight Simulator, to your console through Xbox Cloud Gaming, just like we do with mobile devices, tablets, and browsers,”


The most recent game that would take advantage of this will be Microsoft Flight Simulator. A very heavy game that takes a toll on the mightiest of PCs. Microsoft’s plan with streaming is pushing boundaries in gaming, and their future plans will surely break all limits. Although you will still require a strong enough internet connection to actually enjoy games through streaming. The fact that an underpowered machine can be used to play future games is still a huge deal. Allowing millions of Xbox One gamers to enjoy the amazing next-gen games that are releasing in the coming days through cloud streaming.

Recently Nintendo Switch has used streaming technology to allow some games to be played. Such as Hitman and Control.

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