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Xbox Is Planning to Introduce More Options for Design Lab and Expand Cloud Gaming

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Microsoft intends to add a significant number of titles to Xbox Cloud Gaming early this year, enabling Xbox Game Pass Ultimate customers to stream most of their game catalog. Xbox intends to expand cloud gaming by bringing it to additional nations across the world. Additionally, the Xbox Design Lab will now provide customers with a wider choice of customizations.

Conversely, it appears that the aim is to include the majority of the titles users currently have in their collection. Microsoft’s deployment is focused on providing its gaming services to those who do not own consoles. Furthermore, on Sunday, during the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, Xbox will provide gamers a deeper insight into some of the upcoming games for Xbox, PC, and the cloud.

Xbox is bringing cloud gaming to the rest of the world

Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) is now made available to customers in Argentina and New Zealand, in order to satisfy demand and make gaming more widely accessible. The subscribers of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate in Argentina and New Zealand may access lots of games via the cloud on Apple and Android phones and tablets, Windows PCs, Xbox Series and Xbox One consoles, and, eventually, Samsung Smart TVs. Like those in similar countries, Argentina and New Zealand gamers may play Fortnite with Xbox Cloud Gaming for free, often without requiring a subscription.

Windowed game optimizations are presently being evaluated in the Windows Insider program. These are intended to reduce latency while also enabling other interesting gameplay functions such as Auto HDR and Variable Refresh Rate.

Microsoft Edge’s new Games menu makes it simple to play free games like Microsoft Solitaire, Atari Asteroids, Microsoft Jewel, and Microsoft Edge’s own Surf and find new ones. By inevitably limiting browser resource consumption when a PC game is opened, the efficiency mode will assist enhance the gaming experience on Windows 10 and 11, keeping them running fast and seamlessly.

New customization options for the Xbox Design Lab

Xbox Design Lab gives users all across the world the freedom to express themselves with billions of unique combinations. The developers have broadened the target demographic as well as the color palette and customization choices.

Soft Pink, Soft Orange, Soft Green, and Soft Purple are the additional pastel hues in the new modification. Mineral Camo, Arctic Camo, Forest Camo, Sandglow Camo, and Blaze Camo are among the new Camo Top casings with matching side caps. Xbox Design Lab will be available in 11 additional countries this summer, including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Singapore, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Slovakia, and Switzerland, with many more to follow.

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