There is no doubt that cloud gaming is gaining more speed as more companies develop ways to improve performance. This week, Xbox Cloud Gaming brought improvements to PWAs on both ChromeOS and Linux devices.
Bandwidth is 9to5Google’s weekly look at the cloud gaming market. Every Friday, we take a look at the top news related to services like Nvidia GeForce Now, Amazon Luna, PlayStation Now, Xbox Game Pass, and more.
Xbox Cloud Gaming performance improvements for ChromeOS
In a recent post on Reddit, CohenJordan – a certified Xbox employee – revealed that Xbox recently rolled out a series of cloud updates in order to improve performance on both ChromeOS and Linux devices. These fixes are set to improve browser gameplay for users who play via Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Users should see higher gaming resolutions as well as a “smoother streaming experience”.
This is also indicated as a final update to move Xbox Cloud Gaming to a different streaming method, making the overall experience more enjoyable.
Of course, Xbox Cloud Gaming is technically still in beta and has its drawbacks, even on ChromeOS and Linux devices. However, it has one of the best game catalogs in cloud gaming.
Amazon Luna unlocks two games
Last week, Amazon Luna revealed the list of games coming to the service in November. With that said, we saw a couple of interesting games on Luna+ channel.
The first game is Windjammer 2, a cartoon-style action game that pits you against opponents in a discus tournament. The soundtrack hits hard and makes for a really fun game.
The second game available now is The Smurfs – Missions Vileaf. Both that and Windjammers 2 are unlocked through the Luna+ channel on Amazon Luna.
GeForce Now Weekly Collection
This week, GeForce Now brings 11 games to its long catalog of available titles. Here is the list of new games:
- against the storm
- Horse Tales: Emerald Valley Ranch
- Space Tail: Every Journey Leads Home
- entropy center
- WRC Generations – The Official Game of FIA WRC
- Ocean Star Divine Power
- Danger: global domination
- Total War: Three Kingdoms
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