The service is still in the testing phase, but it promises a resolution beyond 1080p and 60 FPS.
Xbox is taking giant steps with its services, something that it currently accompanies with its next xCloud: its cloud game that promises resolutions beyond 1080p and 60 FPS. Since, after announcing an update to xCloud that incorporated Xbox Series X hardware, it seems that the service improves the performance of Xbox One to such an extent that it achieves exceed the capabilities of the same console.
xCloud on Xbox One allows Ray Tracing in some gamesThis is how El Analista de Bits has shared it in a new YouTube video, something that accompanies a post on Twitter that you can see below. The user, as he comments in the tweet, has tested xCloud on Xbox One with some results the most positive, since the service offers better performance and, in addition, it manages to go beyond what the console hardware itself offers.
This is in addition to other performance-related developments in games, such as xCloud double the frame rate regarding the capabilities of Xbox One. Something that adds to the possibility of use ray tracing in some titles, an unthinkable idea for the original hardware of the old Xbox console. Beyond this, the user remembers that the service is still in the testing phase, so it remains to be seen how it develops in the future.
xCloud is getting closer and closer, and with it, a new way of accessing the game in the cloud is approaching. In this sense, the service keep reaching more audiences expanding to Mexico and Brazil, not to mention that it has been seen in the Canadian web store. Therefore, it seems that there is not much time left until all players can see xCloud in action, something that is intended revolutionize the field of video games.
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