Xbox Game Pass Ultimate customers get access to a vast selection of games via Xbox Cloud Gaming on a variety of gadgets, including tablets and smartphones. As soon as Meta Quest 2 releases, Xbox Cloud Gaming will be accessible, expanding the range of possibilities. Although Meta has not specified a date for the app’s addition to the Meta Quest Store, the business promises to provide more details soon. Xbox does not currently appear to have any intentions to make any of its titles compatible with VR, although the system will enable the usage of an Xbox controller.
“Xbox Cloud Gaming enables you to stream hundreds of high-quality games to a range of devices—and that will include Meta Quest 2 in the future,” Meta’s website reads. “When Xbox Cloud Gaming launches on the Meta Quest Store, you’ll be able to hook up an Xbox controller to your headset and play console games from the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate library on a massive 2D screen, like having a private movie theater available at all times.”
It would be fascinating to watch how this option is received by Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users! While cloud gaming on mobile devices makes a lot of sense, it might be a little confusing to think of streaming Meta Quest 2 games to an Xbox system. However, Xbox has embraced the notion of creating an ecosystem outside of a conventional console; if this alliance results in Meta users subscribing to Game Pass, it might help the business increase its reach.
One of the best features of Xbox Cloud Gaming is the seamless syncing of save data across all devices. As a result, a player who plays Halo Infinite on their Xbox Series X will be able to continue where they left off on their mobile device or, when the option is made available, on Meta Quest 2 when it becomes available. There should be more freedom to play these kinds of games.
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