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Yes, you can play XBOX games on your Chromebook now, too

Do you remember a few years ago when the idea of gaming on a Chromebook was a laughable one? I do. I’m not exactly a hardcore gamer or anything, but I always wished there were a few more options for Chromebooks than just web-based games. While I once thought Android would help to solve that problem, it’s only been a mildly-effective salve since developers seem to still largely ignore the larger-screened, keyboard/mouse-possessing Chromebook platform.

Things are changing, however, and much of it started with Stadia. With their clear and unwavering inclusion of Chromebooks in the entire process, Google made it a point that game streaming on Chrome OS was set to be a great experience. Soon after, GeForce NOW exited its long beta status and finally delivered a Chromebook-specific version of its very excellent web player. Then we began hearing all about the new wave of Chromebooks with both the new Intel Xe graphics onboard and the AMD-powered devices that will equip a far-superior GPU versus any Chromebook we currently have. This is all coming on the heels of a confirmation from Google that Steam for Chromebooks is also in the works.That’s a ton of options available now and coming soon!

Not to be left out of the party, it seems Microsoft is completely OK with its own XBOX Game Pass streaming service being offered up on Chromebooks, too. As a matter of fact, not only does this service work well on Chromebooks, it technically isn’t yet even available for Windows users! Technically speaking, this is all working via the Android app that is largely meant for Android phones and tablets, but with Chromebooks being the Swiss Army Knife of the computing world, it isn’t really surprising that we can already take advantage of the service on our Chromebooks right now.

Get up and running with XBOX Game Pass on your Chromebook

To get started, you obviously need an XBOX Game Pass subscription. You can get the Game Pass Ultimate subscription for only $1 for the first month, so that’s what I went with to get rolling. Once you have that all set up and running, you can simply hit up the Play Store and search for XBOX Game Pass (Beta), install, open it up, and sign in with that fresh Game Pass Ultimate account you just created. Finally, get a controller (literally any controller will do) and either plug it in or pair it up via Bluetooth, and you’re ready to start playing the wide variety of XBOX games already on the service. The official Game Pass site lists titles currently available with more on the way every month.

A few things need to be noted, however. First, there is a tiny bit of lag present in the interface and in games. It is slight, but it is there for both wired and wireless controllers alike. I was able to play Doom Eternal fairly fluently, but for competitive play, I think you’d be at a disadvantage. It was far less noticeable for driving games or slower action games that don’t require super-twitchy response times.

Second, this is an Android app in beta. There is always the chance that Microsoft chooses to drop support for Chromebooks in the future. There are simple ways for developers to remove Play Store listings for Chrome OS, so if that was the case, I’d expect they would have already done so. But we’ve seen things like this before where developers let their non-Chrome OS app slip through the cracks only to remove it again (*cough*Adobe Premiere Rush *cough*). We would advise you enjoy Game Pass while it is here, don’t get too attached, and hope that it gets an official blessing from Microsoft at some point down the road.

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Right now, the most comfortable, convenient way to take advantage of Microsoft’s new Xbox cloud gaming is on…a Chromebook?!

On September 15, Microsoft formally unveiled cloud gaming for Android phones and tablets, in the form of an add-on to its Xbox Game Pass app. Cloud gaming, formerly known as Project xCloud, had been in trials for months, designed as on-the-go option for gamers to squeeze in a bit of Sea of Thieves during downtime waiting for a bus or plane. 

Part of the appeal of Xbox cloud gaming was its convenience. Another was the fact that cloud gaming runs remotely on Microsoft’s servers, allowing the relatively anemic CPUs found within phones and tablets to run a powerful, top-tier game. But wait—we’re in the middle of a pandemic, and many of us are stuck at home. Why squint at a tiny phone when a PC and its large display could be used instead? Because Microsoft hasn’t yet published a cloud gaming app for Windows 10 PCs, cloud gaming runs on top of an Android app, and Android apps run on some Chromebooks. Bingo!

So, for right now, the best Xbox cloud gaming PC is, yep, a Chromebook. Just don’t tell your kids, or they’ll never stop “doing homework” in their rooms.

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What you’ll need for Xbox cloud gaming on a Chromebook

Here’s what cloud gaming on a Chromebook means: games powered by Microsoft’s Xbox cloud gaming service are running on a remote server and streamed to your device, just like Netflix. Not all of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass suite of games are available for playing via cloud, but a hefty chunk are. 

Any inputs you make via a controller or keyboard are sent back over the Internet, introducing the slightest bit of delay, or lag, into the gameplay. The upside is that because Microsoft’s servers are doing all the work, you don’t need to spend the time or bandwidth downloading the game, and it loads just as quickly as if it were already on your device. Microsoft assumes that you’ll be using a phone for cloud gaming, but you’re going to be using your own wired or wireless network instead. The quality of that network will matter; if your Netflix streaming already stops and stutters, cloud gaming isn’t for you. 

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Here’s what you’ll need to enable cloud gaming on a Chromebook. First, you’ll need a modern Chromebook, one that’s capable of running Android apps. If your Chromebook was manufactured in or later, chances are that Android apps are enabled. (If you’re not sure, Google maintains a list of Chromebooks that can run Android apps.)

Second, you’ll need a Microsoft account and a subscription to its Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Game Pass Ultimate is a pricey $15 per month, but there’s an “approved” trick to get three years’ worth for just a few bucks, and that’s before you begin using Microsoft Rewards to let it pay for itself. Alternatively, you can remotely play games from a physical Xbox console on your network, which Microsoft calls Remote Play. Remote Play is free to use.

You’ll need a dedicated controller, which you can connect via Bluetooth or a cable. (While you can pick from a list of controllers at the bottom of this article, I typically just use an ancient wired Xbox controller, as our wireless Xbox controllers are often in use by my kids.) 

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Finally, Cloud gaming also requires Microsoft’s Game Pass app for Android, which is why you’ll need a Chromebook capable of running Android apps. (Apple has, for now, blocked Game Pass for iOS, which we think is ridiculous.) Remote Play uses the Xbox app (Beta). Downloading the Game Pass app for Android and installing it should be a snap. You’ll need to sign in with your Microsoft account and enter your password.

What playing cloud games on a Chromebook is like

We used the four-year-old HP Chromebook 13 as our test bed, powered by what was, even then, an anemic Core m3. When you load the Game Pass app, you’re presented with a choice of games, with a slim navigation bar that allows you to pick from the cloud, console, or PC as your platform. (You can remotely install a game on your PC from here, too.)

When you select a cloud game, there’s a pause while the server remotely loads and sets up your game. When it launches, you’ll see everything that you’d see on the game as it loads on a PC or Xbox, but in a much more vision-friendly format on your Chromebook. You can even play on an external display.

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I tried a few games: Forza Horizon 4; Dead Cells, and Sea of Thieves, among othersImmediately, I noticed that playing was simply far more comfortable, ergonomically, then squinting at a tiny phone screen—as I did in my hands-on last October. 

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There’s no getting around it—there was a slight bit of network latency on my end…which didn’t make that much difference? Dead Cells is a roguelike 2D sidescroller, fairly dependent on accurate timing and quick reflexes. I found myself adopting different tactics as a result, occasionally spamming attacks rather than trying to finesse each enemy. With Forza, I found myself unconsciously factoring in what little lag there was in terms of cornering. And with Sea of Thieves, a rather relaxed first-person adventure game, I didn’t notice the lag much at all. Of course, the type of game matters; it’s fairly obvious why games like Afterparty, whose plot is largely driven by text conversations, and Wasteland 3, a turn-based RPG, were included in the cloud-gaming portfolio.

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Games like Forza also showed some drop in visual quality—again, probably more noticeable when projected upon the larger screen of the Chromebook, and at high speeds. Sea of Thieves, however, looked just as good as I recall. (If you want to do a head-to-head comparison, you’ll need to sign out of your Xbox, then into the Xbox cloud gaming experience—you can’t play simultaneously.) Frame rates, though, were a bit choppy, and (at a guess) hovered around 30 fps or slightly lower.

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I will say that Google’s Chrome OS didn’t particularly help the experience. My Chromebook hard-rebooted occasionally after taking a screenshot, for one. The way Chrome OS works on the HP Chromebook 14 means you don’t select a resolution, like Windows; you zoom in and out into higher and lower resolutions, all the way to × pixels. I didn’t really notice any issues with this on the built-in display, but the lack of manual resolution adjustment confined the game to a small corner of an attached 4K display. I can’t say whether Chrome OS was responsible for that, though the Chrome OS itself ran as you might expect, filling the entire 4K display. Finally, Chrome OS tried to force the audio output through my monitor’s disabled speakers, rather than the Chromebook’s.

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Conclusion: An unexpected bonus for Chromebooks

Any PC elitist used to 90 fps on a p display will turn up their nose at cloud gaming, and rightly so. But for someone used to tweaking and fiddling with resolution and visual settings on an “ordinary” PC, cloud gaming isn’t bad at all. And that’s basically the point: there isn’t a way for someone with a just a vanilla, day-to-day PC to enjoy the best of what Microsoft’s Game Pass Ultimate has to offer, because there’s no comparable Windows 10 app yet. Until there is, you have a choice: Squint at your phone or use a Chromebook.

We know you didn’t buy a Chromebook as a gaming PC. But surprise! Most Chromebooks run Android, some run Linux, and now most will be able to play Xbox games. That’s a really nice bonus for a device most people simply picked up to help their kids get their schoolwork done.

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Xbox Game Pass is now playable on Chromebooks, though unofficially

With the new capability for playing in web browsers, Xbox Game Pass streaming can now be played on Chrome OS, though only unofficially.

One could argue that Chromebooks have always been supported by Xbox Game Pass, as the streaming portion is available through an Android app and most Chromebooks can use Android apps. However, as many have reported, the app is not particularly optimized for Chrome OS and can even have issues that cause Xbox Game Pass streaming to be unavailable on Chromebooks for weeks at a time.

When it was announced that Xbox Game Pass streaming would be gaining a proper web app this year, complete with iPhone/iPad support, it seemed like this would be Chrome OS&#;s time to shine. This afternoon, Microsoft formally launched the Xbox Game Pass streaming web app, alongside streaming powered by Xbox Series X, with &#;Windows 10 PCs and Apple phones and tablets&#; specifically called out.

We reached out to Microsoft and a spokesperson confirmed that Chrome OS is indeed not one of the platforms officially supported by the new web app. However, they left the door open to Xbox Game Pass streaming formally coming to Chrome OS and other platforms, depending on feedback from the community.

We’re beginning support of Windows 10 PCs and Apple phones and tablets through Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Safari browsers. We’ll continue to listen to feedback and work to support more devices over time.

However, despite Microsoft&#;s statement to the contrary, @mcsetty on Twitter has confirmed that the web app does work on Chrome OS, though with a warning that you&#;re using an unsupported browser. By simply clicking &#;Continue anyway,&#; gamers can enjoy the full Game Pass streaming experience on a Chromebook.

With Microsoft allowing games to be played in &#;unsupported&#; browsers, Amazon Luna is the sole holdout for allowing gameplay on Chrome OS. Meanwhile, Nvidia GeForce Now, Shadow, and Google&#;s own Stadia all offer web apps that have formal support for gaming on Chromebooks.

This article has been updated to reflect that despite not being a supported platform, Chromebooks can take full advantage of the Xbox Game Pass web app. The original headline read: &#;Xbox Game Pass still doesn&#;t support Chromebooks; Microsoft will &#;listen to feedback&#;&#;

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[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here’s How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here’s How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

In the preview phase for some time now, xCloud, Microsoft’s cloud-gaming service, has recently taken on a new dimension as the firm has confirmed its upcoming arrival on mobile devices. Indeed, from September 15, if you have an Android smartphone or tablet and an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, you can enjoy your favorite games wherever you are!

If playing via a phone or tablet is already possible, know that you can now also enjoy the xCloud application directly via your Chromebook and thus have an experience on a larger screen.

How to play via xCloud on Chromebook?

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

To play from your Chromebook, you need to make sure you have the right app. Indeed, recently, the xCloud service has been integrated directly into the Xbox Game Pass application. Still in the beta phase, you may encounter some issues.

  • 1. Connect your Xbox controller to your Chromebook

In order to be able to play via xCloud, you must first connect a compatible Bluetooth controller. So you can use an Xbox One controller as well as a PS4 controller to enjoy your favorite games. To find out which controllers are compatible and how to connect them to a device, visit our guide to connect your Xbox controller to the phone.

  • 2. Download the Xbox Game Pass app

In the Google Play Store search bar on your Chromebook, search for the Xbox Game Pass app. If you can’t find it, you can download it by clicking here from your Chromebook. The update of the application is available and now offers to play via the cloud.

  • 3. Sign in to your Xbox account

Once you’ve downloaded the app and signed in to your controller, launch the Xbox Game Pass (Beta) app and sign in to your Xbox account. As a reminder, the xCloud service is included in the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. If you have not yet subscribed, you can purchase an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription from our partner who offers excellent rates, currently under € 24 for 3 months instead of € Once in the app, simply select the “Cloud” tab to start playing.

xCloud on Chromebook, and one day on Windows 10 PC?

You now know that it is possible to play the Xbox Game Pass console catalog on a computer. This possibility is only offered thanks to the Android operating system of a computer and therefore allows you to play hundreds of Xbox console games on the screen of a Chromebook.

For now, this is the only way to play your Xbox Game Pass console games on a computer since there is no Windows 10 PC application to do so. Only Xbox Game Pass PC is accessible on a Windows 10 PC, with its own game catalog. Whether Microsoft will open up its service more in the future remains to be seen.

Don’t tell your kids they can play Xbox games on their Chromebooks

Right now, the most comfortable and convenient way to enjoy Microsoft’s new Xbox cloud gaming is on… a Chromebook ?!

On September 15, Microsoft officially unveiled cloud gaming for Android phones and tablets, as an add-on to its Xbox Game Pass app. Cloud gaming, formerly known as Project xCloud, had been in testing for months, designed as a mobile option that allows gamers to sneak a bit of Sea of ​​Thieves during downtime waiting for a bus or a plane.

Part of the appeal of Xbox cloud gaming was its convenience. Another was the fact that cloud gaming runs remotely on Microsoft’s servers, allowing the relatively anemic processors found in phones and tablets to run a powerful and prominent game. But wait – we are in the middle of a pandemic and many of us are stuck in our homes. Why squint at a small phone when a PC and its big screen could be used instead? Since Microsoft has yet to release a cloud gaming app for Windows 10 PCs, cloud gaming runs on an Android app and Android apps run on some Chromebooks. Bingo!

So, at the moment, the best Xbox cloud gaming PC is, yes, a Chromebook. Don’t tell your kids, or they’ll never stop “doing their homework” in their room.

What you’ll need to play Xbox Cloud on a Chromebook

Here’s what cloud gaming on a Chromebook means: Games powered by Microsoft’s Xbox cloud gaming service run on a remote server and stream to your device, just like Netflix. Not all of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass game suites are available to play via the cloud, but a good number are.

Any input you make through a controller or keyboard is sent back over the internet, introducing even the slightest r **** d or lag into the gameplay. The upside is that since Microsoft’s servers do all the work, you don’t have to spend time or bandwidth downloading the game, and it loads just as quickly as if it was already on your computer. apparatus. Microsoft assumes you’ll be using a phone for cloud gaming, but using your own wired or wireless network instead. The quality of this network will matter; if your Netflix streaming already stops and stutters, cloud gaming is not for you.

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

Here’s what you’ll need to enable cloud gaming on a Chromebook. First off, you’ll need a modern Chromebook that’s capable of running Android apps. If your Chromebook was made in or after , chances are Android apps are enabled. (If you’re not sure, Google maintains a list of Chromebooks that can run Android apps.)

Second, you will need a Microsoft account and a subscription to its Game Pass Ultimate membership. Game Pass Ultimate costs $ 15 per month, but there is an “approved” trick to getting three years’ worth for just a few dollars, and that’s before you start using Microsoft Rewards to let it pay for itself. You can also remotely play games from a physical Xbox console on your network, which Microsoft calls Remote Play. Remote reading is free.

You will need a dedicated controller, which you can connect via Bluetooth or a cable. (Although you can choose from a list of controllers at the bottom of this article, I usually use an older wired Xbox controller, as our wireless Xbox controllers are often used by my kids.)

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

Finally, cloud gaming also requires Microsoft’s Game Pass app for Android, which is why you’ll need a Chromebook that can run Android apps. (Apple has, for now, blocked Game Pass for iOS, which we think is ridiculous.) Remote Play uses the Xbox (Beta) app. Downloading the Game Pass app for Android and installing it should be a snap. You will need to sign in with your Microsoft account and enter your password.

What it looks like to play cloud games on a Chromebook

We used the four-year-old HP Chromebook 13 as a test bed, powered by what was, even then, an anemic Core m3. When you load the Game Pass app, you’re presented with a choice of games, with a slim navigation bar that lets you choose from cloud, console, or PC as your platform. (You can also remotely install a game on your PC from here.)

When you select a cloud game, there is a pause while the server loads and configures your game remotely. When it launches, you’ll see everything you see in the game as it loads on a PC or Xbox, but in a much more user-friendly format on your Chromebook. You can even play on an external screen.

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

I have tried a few games: Forza Horizon 4; Dead cells, and Sea of ​​Thieves, among others. Immediately I noticed that playing was just a lot more comfortable, ergonomically, then squinting at a small phone screen – like I did in my lab last October.

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

There’s no getting around it – there was slight network latency on my end… which didn’t make much of a difference? Dead Cells is a roguelike 2D sidecroller, quite dependent on precise timing and quick reflexes. As a result, I found myself adopting different tactics, sometimes spamming attacks rather than trying to refine each enemy. With Forza, I unconsciously found myself factoring in how little r **** d there was in terms of turning. And with Sea of ​​Thieves, a rather laid-back first-person adventure game, I didn’t notice the lag at all. Of course, the type of game matters; It’s pretty obvious why games like After the Party, whose plot is driven largely by text-based conversations, and Wasteland 3, a turn-based RPG, have been included in the cloud gaming portfolio.

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

Games like Forza also showed some drop in visual quality – again, probably most noticeable when projected onto the Chromebook’s larger screen and at high speeds. Sea of ​​Thieves, however, looked as good as I can remember. (If you want to do a direct comparison, you’ll have to sign out of your Xbox, then go to the Xbox Cloud Gaming Experience – you can’t play simultaneously.) Frame rates, however, were a bit choppy. , and (to an estimate) hovered around 30 fps or slightly lower.

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

I will say Google’s Chrome OS didn’t particularly help the experience. My Chromebook rebooted hard every now and then after taking a screenshot, for example. The way Chrome OS works on the HP Chromebook 14 means you don’t select a resolution like Windows; you zoom in and out at higher and lower resolutions, up to × pixels. I didn’t really notice a problem with this on the built-in display, but the lack of manual resolution adjustment confined gaming to a small corner of a connected 4K display. I can’t say if Chrome OS was responsible for this, although Chrome OS itself performed as you would expect, filling the entire 4K screen. Finally, Chrome OS tried to force audio output through my monitor’s disabled speakers, rather than the Chromebook’s.

[GUIDE] : xCloud on Chromebook: Here's How to Play Xbox Game Pass Console on PC

Conclusion: an unexpected bonus for Chromebooks

Any PC elite running at 90 fps on a p display will be cloud gaming, and rightly so. But for someone who’s used to tweaking and fiddling with resolution and visual settings on a “regular” PC, cloud gaming isn’t bad at all. And that’s basically the point: there isn’t a way for someone who only has a regular PC on a day-to-day basis to enjoy the best of what Microsoft’s Game Pass Ultimate has to offer, because it doesn’t. There is no comparable Windows 10 application yet. Until it does, the choice is yours: squint your phone or use a Chromebook.

We know you haven’t bought a Chromebook as a gaming PC. But surprise! Most Chromebooks run on Android, some on Linux, and most will now be able to play Xbox games. This is a great bonus for a device that most people have simply chosen to help their children with their homework.

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Xbox Game Streaming (Preview)

Play Xbox games on your Android phone or tablet with the Xbox Game Streaming app. Stream over Wi-Fi or your cellular network. Enjoy console-quality games like Gears 5 and Sea of Thieves directly from the cloud with Project xCloud (Preview). Or, stream Xbox One games installed on your console with the Xbox Console Streaming (Preview).
Your feedback in this test will help shape the future of game streaming with Xbox.
Use an Xbox Wireless Controller with Bluetooth; optionally, clip it to your phone (clip sold separately).
Both Previews require this Xbox Game Streaming app, a supported Android phone or tablet (mobile data charges may apply), supported controller with Bluetooth, a Microsoft Account with Xbox profile, and high speed internet (ISP fees may apply).
Project xCloud (Preview): Project xCloud (Preview) is invite only. Initially a limited number of games will be available, with more to come over time. Access to games in Project xCloud (Preview) ends when the Preview ends. For system requirements and to sign up for a chance to join the Preview see xbox.com/gamestreaming. Invites may be sent out up to several months after registration. Registering does not guarantee you entrance in the Preview.
Xbox Console Streaming (Preview): Xbox Console Streaming (Preview) initially available to Xbox Insiders only in limited markets; availability will expand over time. Includes participating Xbox One games. Preview requires Xbox One console turned on or in Instant-on mode. Online multiplayer and some games require Xbox Live Gold, membership sold separately. Learn more about the Preview and system requirements at xbox.com/gamestreaming.
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• Stream Xbox games to your Android phone or tablet—no waiting for downloads*
• Enjoy console-quality games like Gears 5 and Sea of Thieves directly from the cloud with Project xCloud (Preview)
• Stream Xbox One games installed on your console with Xbox Console Streaming (Preview)
• Play over Wi-Fi or your cellular network
• Use an Xbox Wireless Controller with Bluetooth; optionally, clip it to your phone (clip sold separately)
• Project xCloud (Preview) is a first look at game streaming with Xbox, and we anticipate a high demand for a limited number of spots.

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