Xbox Cloud Gaming's Next-Gen Upgrade Appears To Have Begun

We've known for a while that Microsoft has been planning to upgrade Xbox Cloud Gaming servers from Xbox One consoles to Series X consoles in the near future, and it looks like that process has begun slowly rolling out to the public.

As highlighted by The Verge's Tom Warren, some games on the browser-based version of Xbox Cloud Gaming are now showcasing options like 120 frames per-second, which are only available on Xbox Series X and S.

It doesn't seem like the official Android app has received any of these updates yet, however, and games such as Forza Horizon 4 are still said to be running via Xbox One consoles across the board for the time being.

In a statement to The Verge, Microsoft simply advised it will "have more to share soon" on the matter, so hopefully we'll all be able to benefit from improved visuals, faster loading times and maybe even reduced latency in the near future.

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