Cloud Gaming is now available on the Steam Deck, thanks to Xbox. Fans are delighted to test out games on the cloud and Game Pass on their new portable device as a result of this. However, with Xbox and Valve’s Cloud Gaming partnership bringing Game Pass titles to the Deck, many are wondering if Game Pass will ever be available natively on the Deck.
Even in its limited Cloud Gaming status on Steam Deck, Game Pass, Xbox’s subscription-based programme, is unquestionably the best deal in gaming. Hundreds of top-tier games are available for players to enjoy on PC and Xbox platforms (One and Series X|S). Cloud Gaming is another feature of Game Pass, which allows customers to stream games on their mobile devices.
Game Pass has established itself as the greatest subscription-based service in the video gaming business since its launch a few years ago. Xbox has grown from a console maker to a multi-platform publisher as a result of the service’s success, with games debuting concurrently on both PC and Xbox platforms.
Cloud Gaming is one of the most recent additions to the Game Pass. Cloud Gaming, formerly Project xCloud, allows gamers to stream games on mobile devices, with the service initially available on Android and eventually iOS.
For players to add Xbox Cloud Gaming to their Steam Library and get it operating, Microsoft created a straightforward guide with official artwork. However, there are a few things that gamers should be aware of when it comes to Cloud Gaming. It will require a high-speed internet connection because the game is being streamed from a server rather than being played natively on the device.
Furthermore, Xbox Cloud Gaming is quite limited, available only in a handful of countries, as is the Steam Deck. All in all, the countries with both Cloud Gaming Capabilities and Steam Deck availability are as follows:
- Czech Republic
- United Kingdom
- United States