The Xbox September 2021 update has been unveiled today by Microsoft, and while it's a quiet one this time around (including a few already released features), it's highlighted by the much-anticipated new Microsoft Edge browser.
Here's a brief overview of what's on the way, with more details available at Xbox Wire:
New ways to access console games with the Xbox app
Play Xbox Game Pass games from the cloud. Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) is now available through the Xbox app on Windows PCs for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members in 22 countries.
Play games directly from your home console on your PC with Xbox remote play: If you own Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One, you can access your console gaming experiences on Windows 10 PCs via Xbox remote play with the Xbox app.
Save your Play Later list
With Play Later discovery, you can curate your own list of titles from over 100 high-quality games in the Xbox Game Pass library. See a game that looks interesting? Just save it to your list and play it later.
Updates to Microsoft Edge on your Xbox
Starting today, the latest version of Microsoft Edge will be available on all Xbox consoles. This update will bring you the best of the web, with improved web standards and a fast, secure, and modern browsing experience right from your console.
You’ll also enjoy a more streamlined gaming experience across your signed-in devices. If a game opens a new window on Microsoft Edge for hints or guides, send that tab to another signed-in device so you can continue gaming on your console seamlessly.
This update also comes with mouse and sync support, so you can manage your profile settings easily within Microsoft Edge on your Xbox console.
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