Xbox Cloud Gaming Personal Library Support Appears To Be Coming In 2024


Posted on February 19, 2024 by Nick Moreno

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Recently, Microsoft has continued to be a big talking point when it comes to gaming. Of course, it is for the new initiative to deliver select titles to competing platforms like PlayStation & Nintendo. More specifically, it’s first-party titles. One report indicates that the four games are already determined. It reads Hi-Fi Rush, Sea of Thieves, Grounded, and Pentiment are expected to be revealed at respected times.

Additionally, the Xbox firm’s drive for more users goes beyond console. In a previous interview, Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer told that mobile is a necessity for the platform’s success long-term. Right now Microsoft is pursuing mobile gaming through its Xbox Cloud Gaming venture and looks to be establishing this with a mobile store as well, recent reports indicate.

One of the biggest promises since 2022 is support for your purchase library. But, that day is still somewhere in the making. However, according to @jhe007, a conversation with Phil Spencer reveals that plans are underway to drop support on the feature later in 2024.

A good sign to see for the other plans underway for Xbox Cloud Gaming. Elsewhere in a separate report, it was revealed that Microsoft is also pursuing PC games on Xbox Cloud Gaming. Already, Xbox Series titles are playable through the service to Xbox One, but to integrate dedicated PC releases could also change the foundation too.

Another report also points to an entry-tier for Xbox Cloud Gaming. Alike other services available, this new subscription option would be the cheapest of the bunch, but would feature the service with ads. You can read the full report by heading here.

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