Xbox Cloud Gaming May Get Elden Ring, GTA 5, Cyberpunk 2077, and More
Apparently, some game pages on Microsoft Store are receiving the Cloud Gaming Beta seal, including titles such as GTA 5, Elden Ring and Assassin’s Creed: Valhallawhich may indicate that games outside the Game Pass finally can be played via the cloud (if the game has already been purchased). Check it out below:
Seems like #Xbox is ramping up their plans to bring Games that are not a part of #XboxGamePass to Xcloud.
Like GTA V, Soul Hackers 2 and Elden Ring.
Could be a Gamescom Announcement.
Elden Ring: https://t.co/zNII7pgWiF
News from June:https://t.co/pLgovQFW3i pic.twitter.com/FDPQXW4XDL
— Knoebel (@Knoebelbroet) August 9, 2022
Trying to launch these titles through xCloud currently generates an error message, so the label may have been applied incorrectly or just too early.
However, it is worth mentioning that the company confirmed in early 2022 its intention to increase the capacity of Xbox Cloud Gaming later this year, allowing users to use cloud technology to play selected games that have already been purchased by the player and are not part of the Game Pass library.
I found a few more games coming to Xbox Cloud Gaming if you own them
COD: Vanguard https://t.co/7LGacjCCVn
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla https://t.co/ZeS9MQXAJg
WWE 2K22 https://t.co/W1YzP82GGp pic.twitter.com/ZIysE2uQZQ
— Idle Sloth???? (@IdleSloth84) August 10, 2022
The company’s other plans for the game streaming service include the introduction of keyboard and mouse support, which for now only accepts touchscreen controls and commands on mobile devices.
So, we’ll have to wait until Microsoft releases more information to confirm if we’ll actually see an increase in titles made available on XCloud.