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Unpacking is Coming to Xbox Game Pass in November

GameRant 15 September, 2021 - 08:27pm

Unpacking allows players to organize new homes without the stress of moving from one house to another. The newest trailer shows studio apartments, kitchens, living rooms, and more all being organized in a satisfying way with smooth and relaxing music playing in the background. Many fans have had their eyes on this indie-developed title, and they won't have to wait much longer as the game will launch in less than two months.

Unpacking will release on November 2, 2021, on Xbox, PC, and Nintendo Switch. The release date has been a long time coming, and the trailer even plays that up. Although perhaps not one of the biggest fall games of 2021, Unpacking was shown off years ago and received rewards at game shows and events as far back as 2018. So fans should be happy to learn that the zen puzzle-like game will release at the beginning of November.

The Humble Games and Xbox Game Pass confirmation makes it so that the game will release on Xbox Game Pass for free for those who have the service. Game Pass continues to be a service with big triple-A titles--with the first party Microsft games leading the charge--but it is home to quite a few indie releases as well. Unpacking and the Humble Games library appear to be a welcome addition.

The Xbox Game Pass library continues to grow, both in terms of size and diversity. Recently it was confirmed that 13 games would be added to Xbox Game Pass in the next couple of weeks, and this does not include Unpacking. Some of these are smaller-scale indie titles, and around the corner the service still has big hitters like Halo: Infinite on the way. Whether it be games that provide massive RPG adventures, online first-person shooter action, or interesting indie experiences, Xbox Game Pass has a lot to offer. In terms of value, many argue that the service is perhaps the best on the market.

Unpacking will release on November 2, 2021, for Xbox, PC, and Switch.

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Updates to the Xbox app will let you stream console games on your PC

Input 15 September, 2021 - 01:18pm

For anyone with a Windows 10 PC or later you can now play your favorite Xbox games without actually having an Xbox physically present.

The pivot towards cloud gaming revolves partly around the idea of a universal fluidity for users. Companies have decided that selling the ability to game anywhere and with any device (regardless if it's a console or not) is the next big thing. Even Walmart tried to take a stab at it. So it’s no wonder the existing big names in gaming are having a go, too.

In an announcement yesterday, Xbox introduced updates to its app that will allow people to remotely play console games on PCs (running Windows 10). The updates add support for:

Whether or not you actually have an Xbox will not matter when it comes to accessing titles from the console. However, to stream games from the cloud in the Xbox app on a Windows 10 PC, you will need to be an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate member. It will certainly be an easier alternative than downloading and then installing them on a given device.

While there has been a beta version of Xbox Cloud Gaming for Game Pass members, this was done through a browser, which was somewhat of a tedious process — opening up a web page to go to Xbox’s website and signing in. Now you can jump straight into a game directly through the app.

Ultimately this update is another strong move towards cloud gaming and arrives on the heels of Xbox Cloud Gaming upgrading to Series X hardware. Gaming companies want you to be able to play their wares on any device and as this flexibility continues it makes us wonder what will happen to exclusives. As consoles become more intertwined, their distinctions will also begin to flatten out — Does this mean console-specific games are going to be less prominent?

Perhaps, but in the meantime, we’re just excited we can play Xbox titles on PC, Android phones and tablets, and iPhones and iPads.

Xbox Remote Play now includes game streaming for PC players

Gamesradar 15 September, 2021 - 10:01am

You'll need Windows 10 or later to stream Xbox games directly to your PC

Just yesterday on September 14, Xbox announced a brand new feature for their ongoing push into streaming technology via an Xbox Wire blog post. The key feature of the new update for the streaming tech is that Windows 10 and later users will now be able to stream Xbox games directly to their PCs.

Additionally, Windows 10 or later users will be able to stream Xbox games directly from their actual Xbox console via Xbox Remote Play. These two new features through Xbox Remote Play are available for all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on PC right now, in over 22 countries around the world.

This actually marks the first time that Xbox has enabled game streaming for PC users through their Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. Although the video output through said streaming is capped at a 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second, it's nonetheless a nice bonus feature for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members.

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Xbox Remote Play now includes game streaming for PC players

Pure Xbox 15 September, 2021 - 10:01am

You'll need Windows 10 or later to stream Xbox games directly to your PC

Just yesterday on September 14, Xbox announced a brand new feature for their ongoing push into streaming technology via an Xbox Wire blog post. The key feature of the new update for the streaming tech is that Windows 10 and later users will now be able to stream Xbox games directly to their PCs.

Additionally, Windows 10 or later users will be able to stream Xbox games directly from their actual Xbox console via Xbox Remote Play. These two new features through Xbox Remote Play are available for all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on PC right now, in over 22 countries around the world.

This actually marks the first time that Xbox has enabled game streaming for PC users through their Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. Although the video output through said streaming is capped at a 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second, it's nonetheless a nice bonus feature for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members.

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Xbox confirms TGS live stream and says to expect ‘a local celebration’ | VGC

Video Games Chronicle 15 September, 2021 - 03:01am

The live stream – which was previously listed by TGS’s organiser – will take place on Thursday, September 30 at 6pm JST.

“Similar to last year, this will be a show curated for our players in Japan and across Asia,” Xbox’s head of Asia, Jeremy Hinton wrote.

“Expect a celebration with our Asia community and locally relevant updates, though no new global debuts should be expected. Tune in to see the latest regionally relevant updates on previously announced games coming later this year.”

Tokyo Game Show takes place from September 30 to October 3 and will include more than 40 presentations.

It’s the second year Xbox has held a TGS event. Last year it announced Flight Simulator content related to Japan and discussed Series X|S plans in the country.

The presentation will be the latest part of Xbox’s attempt to make an impact in Japan, something it’s struggled to do ever since the original Xbox launched 20 years ago.

Last year Xbox head Phil Spencer said the platform’s market position in Japan “isn’t acceptable” and pledged to do “a much better job” with the Series X launch in the region.

Microsoft has also been courting Japanese indie developers in the continued hope of helping the Xbox find a foothold in the Japanese market.

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