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Microsoft says more than 10 million people have streamed games on Xbox Cloud Gaming

More than 10 million people watched the Xbox Cloud Gaming game, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said Tuesday during a revenue call for the company’s third quarter. The Cloud game is the only feature available as part of the $ 14.99 per month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tier, when shared on Tuesday it shows that many people are checking it out. It is also a practical account in a place where there was little – Google does not classify Stadia numbers, and any number shared by Nvidia on GeForce Now includes people who have used the free trial and not tied to a string.

Game Pass was confirmed to be popular, with Microsoft announcing in January that the service had grown to 25 million customers, up from 18 million a year ago. That said, it is unclear how Microsoft defines what counts on Xbox Cloud Gaming games, so we do not know exactly what the account could represent, how many customers are currently added to the downloaded games, or how much. is the time of the game the company is required to calculate as a stream. It’s also worth noting that you can technically sign up for a month’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for only one dollar and then cancel, and it’s not clear how many people did that and released the game can also be counted on Microsoft’s photo on Tuesday shared.

Microsoft has invested heavily in Xbox Cloud Gaming, first introducing it to Android, then iOS and PC, then Xbox consoles, all of which means you can now download it to a larger Xbox gaming library. all different devices. (I even used it to play Psychonauts 2 on my Steam Deck, and it worked like a charm.) And from October, the service was fully powered by standard Xbox Series X hardware, which improved the structure and load times, making it a very good to use.

But the company has also seen strong hardware sales, with the Xbox having its best performance in March 11 and the upcoming Xboxes becoming more prepared. Microsoft said on Tuesday that revenue for the Xbox device has increased by 14 percent. However, Microsoft CFO Amy Hood warned that closing Chinese production could affect future product sales, including “limited console supplies.”