A few months ago, Microsoft launched its Xbox Console Streaming in beta. Members of the Insider program could then discover this streaming service, very different from xCloud. Indeed, it allows you to enjoy the joys of Xbox Remote Play, that is to say the possibility of playing titles present on an Xbox console, directly from an Android smartphone.
Xbox Remote Play available to everyone
For a few hours now, the brand new Xbox application has now been available to all players, and in particular allows you to enjoy a shared inbox, a new sharing feature for video clips and screenshots, not to mention the precious Xbox Remote Play (formerly Xbox Console Streaming).
“This app has been completely redesigned to make it easier for you to stay connected to your games and friends, whether you’re at home or on the go, and no matter what device you’re playing,” Microsoft said. It’s part of the shared experience vision so dear to Microsoft, which wants to allow gamers to stay connected to their games, friends and communities at all times.
Microsoft also explains that it will be possible to synchronize the future Xbox Series X and Series S to the application, and that we can then use the latter as a remote control, to manage his profile, to install n ‘ any title on your console and manage your game library, for example to free up storage space on the S Series, before coming home from work.
Remember that the new controller that will be delivered with the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X will have a brand new “Share” button, which will allow you to record screenshots and gameplay videos on the fly. Content that can then be shared from the console, but also (and especially) from the Xbox application.
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