Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available to all Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, Xbox announced Monday.
“Starting today, Xbox Cloud Gaming is available to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members with Windows 10 PCs and Apple phones and tablets, via browser, across 22 countries,” the announcement reads.
To sign up, you’ll need to go to Xbox.com/play on Microsoft Edge, Chrome, or Safari on a PC or mobile device. Games will be streamed to your screen at 1080p and “up to” 60 FPS.
Getting access to Xbox Cloud Gaming previously required an invitation from Microsoft. Last week, content creator Klobrille spotted that Xbox appeared to be rolling out Series X server blades across its Cloud Gaming platform. The server blades previously ran on the less powerful Xbox One S, so players like Klobrille noticed the switch when Rainbow Six Siege was able to run at 120 FPS, something that the Xbox One S can’t achieve.
If you’re still depending on your Xbox One, Microsoft has announced that it intends on expanding the older console’s lifespan by letting users stream Series X/S games. Microsoft hasn’t stated when it plans to launch such a service, though.
Correction: This article incorrectly asserted that the server blades were previously based on the Xbox Series S. We have updated the article to reflect this.
Joseph Knoop is a writer/producer/cloud gamer for IGN.
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