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Xbox Game Streaming application available and ready to download on Windows platform

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Yunus Emre

Xbox Game Streaming is the new streaming service for GeForce Now, Stadia, or more and that offers more than 200 games. All of them coming with a flat $15/month price, now works on Windows 10 platforms. For the moment, this Windows port has not yet officially been discovered.

This streaming service of Windows leaked silently at the end of 2020. But has been doing rounds after people began using Reddit and YouTube. It is unclear if this is known to Microsoft and whether or not entry to this Windows update has been blocked.

Also, you have to view and download a Windows app in the Microsoft database according to the method specified in this article. Then one single unlock word will have to be used to make things functional. The measures seem to be “easy and secure enough” as checked by the Xbox website.

What do we know about the Xbox Game Streaming app and how we can use it?

Xbox Game Streaming became a structured subscription program in September 2020. This streaming service with a $15/Month rate for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Pass.

It’s perhaps the most informative game streaming option worldwide. Also, providing more at this price than Google Stadia’s combination of subscription and offerings. And reportedly offers more than 225 streamable games as part of their charge.

Firstly, you have to be a smart Android TV and a know-how side load unit, but with the initial launch of your software solely on Android smartphones and tablets, your choices for bigger screens and Ethernet links have been reduced. The Xbox Division has cemented its goal of targeting new devices by 2021 according to internal Microsoft meetings using a web-based protocol to address existing iOS restriction on game streaming applications.

However, as compared to a workaround on the web browsers, a separate approach leaked alternative seems to rely on a customizable executable backend. In November 2020, Reddit user pejamas1986 described this as an app that was intended to be loaded sideways into “developer mode” of Xbox Series X/S consoles. But a new share on YouTube channel Cloud Gaming Xtreme reported that the application concerned was indeed designed with compatibility of Windows 10 PCs platforms.

Here are the system requirements:

  • Android 6.0 or newer
  • iOS 13 or newer
  • Bluetooth 4.0 and newer
  • 7Mbps to 10Mbps internet connection
  • 5GHz wireless connection (2.4GHz support not optimized)
  • Xbox app – Apple or Google
  • Xbox One console
  • Xbox controller


  1. Press the Xbox button on the controller
  2. Select Profile & System
  3. Select Settings
  4. Select Devices & Connections
  5. Select Remote Features
  6. Check the box next to Remote Features
  7. Select Instant-On listed under Power Mode

On mobile systems:

  1. Open the Xbox application
  2. Sign in to the same Microsoft Account used to access your Xbox One console
  3. Tap the My Library icon. It resembles a stack of books
  4. Tap Consoles
  5. Tap the Xbox One console registered to your account
  6. Tap the Remote Play on This Device option on the pop-up menu

For cloud:

  1. Open the Xbox Game Pass application
  2. Sign in to the same Microsoft Account used to access your Xbox One console
  3. Tap the Cloud tab
  4. Tap the green Play button on any game you own or from the Game Pass library

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