After the latest update on Xbox, Microsoft Edge can now access Google’s Stadia streaming service. This means Xbox players can now play Stadia’s library of games.
The update came out in September and Video Games Chronicle has reported a number of interesting changes in how people can play games with Microsoft. The update also includes improvements to other web apps, including Skype and Discord.
New ways to play with Xbox
As well as being able to access Stadia’s games, the latest version of Edge can also access Steam, so you can access PC games.
And for PC gamers – if you have Windows 10, you can now stream Xbox Game Pass titles. We wrote earlier this month about all the titles coming to Game Pass in September – from Craftopia to Final Fantasy XIII. You can also stream games from your home consoles.
Additionally, Microsoft has enabled remote play in the Xbox app. This means users can stream Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One consoles on PCs.
These updates blur the line between PC and Xbox gaming, with players having more options than ever before on how to play video games.
If you’re interested in giving Stadia a go, there’s a month free trial available. They have some exciting games in the library this month – from indie darling Moonlighter to HITMAN.
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