At the 2022 Game Developers Conference, Microsoft announced that it was founding a new division focused on cloud-native games. It's being headed by Kim Swift of Portal and Left 4 Dead fame.
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Microsoft Flight Simulator can now be streamed via Xbox Cloud Gaming and will be available on Xbox One and other supported devices. Accessing it via Xbox Cloud Gaming brings a number of benefits too.
This week, we've seen the release of a new Windows 11 test build, the reveal of some future game releases, and the advent of the HiveNightmare security flaw. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
Xbox Cloud Gaming is heading to all Game Pass Ultimate users in the 22 supported countries. It is also opening up the service on the web today, bringing it to Windows 10 and Apple devices.
Samsung's Galaxy Store is getting a new look and its primary purpose is to remind its users that they still have Fornite and can access Xbox Game Pass Ultimate through its storefront as well.
E3 2019 took place this past week, and Microsoft was there, as usual, to showcase a number of first- and third-party games. We also got some Patch Tuesday news, and more. Catch up below.
With a few hours to go until the Xbox Briefing, store listings for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Game Pass for PC have showed up. Pricing is $14.99 for Ultimate, and $4.99 for the PC version.
Since it's the end of the week, we should look back on what's happened, including the announcement of Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, 32-bit Edgium previews, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
Microsoft is reportedly working on a new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription for $14.99 per month, which combines the existing Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold paid subscription services.