As you're probably well aware, Xbox announced back in late September that Xbox Cloud Gaming for consoles was rolling out to Xbox Insiders, and since then, more and more people have had a chance to try it for the first time.
The appeal, of course, is that it will allow you to play Xbox Game Pass titles without having to download them first, and in the case of 100GB games, that means you're going to have less waiting around and more time enjoying them.
This does come with potential drawbacks though. For one, we don't know exactly what the performance will be like when the feature rolls out to everyone, and those who have poor internet connections will unfortunately struggle with it by default. However, it's also going to be really useful for things like Microsoft Rewards, where you just want to play a game quickly to complete certain tasks without having to download the entire file ahead of time.
That's not to mention the big appeal of Xbox Cloud Gaming on console for Xbox One users, who (eventually) will get the ability to play Xbox Series X and S games like Microsoft Flight Simulator on their last-gen system through the power of the cloud. That's absolutely incredible, and will surely go down well with Xbox One owners.
So, with all of this in mind, how much are you planning to use Xbox Cloud Gaming on console, if at all? Tell us below.