Xbox Is Releasing Series X Server Blades for Cloud Gaming

Several gamers have reported that Xbox Series X server blades are now available for various titles, resulting in a significant performance gain.

Xbox Is Releasing Series X Server Blades for Cloud GamingMicrosoft has announced intentions to switch to Xbox Series X hardware in the near future for Xbox’s cloud gaming service, which was launched with Xbox One S devices in server blades.

Kareem Choudhry, who is head of cloud gaming at Microsoft said that they were in the final stages of internal testing and they would be upgrading the experience for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members soon.

While Microsoft has yet to make an official announcement regarding the availability of Xbox Series X server blades for cloud gaming, several users have reported significant increases in load times and frame rates.

Which Games Are Using Xbox Series X Server Blades Now?

Which Games Are Using Xbox Series X Server Blades Now?
The following games now appear to be using Xbox Series X server blades, according to user accounts on Resetera:

  • Outriders
  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • Sea of Thieves
  • Wolfenstein Youngblood
  • Yakuza Like a Dragon
  • Gears 5
  • Elder Scrolls Online
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps
  • Gears Tactics
  • MLB The Show
  • No Man’s Sky
  • State of Decay 2
  • Call of the Sea
  • ARK: Survival Evolved
  • Conan Exiles
  • Dark Alliance
  • CrossCode
  • Descenders
  • Dead by Daylight
  • Desperados III
  • Dirt 5
  • Destiny 2
  • For Honor
  • Grounded
  • Halo MCC
  • Human Fall Flat
  • Haven
  • Minecraft Dungeons
  • Maneater
  • Morkredd
  • Planet Coaster
  • Second Extinction
  • Subnautica
  • Stellaris
  • The Falconeer
  • Superhot Mind Control Delete
  • The Wild at Heart
  • The Falconeer
  • The Touryst
  • Zombie Army 4
  • We Happy Few
  • Warhammer Vermintide 2
  • The Wild at Heart

Will Microsoft Add More Games to the List?

Xbox Game Pass
Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription program presently includes cloud gaming on Android mobile devices. In April, it began asking Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to participate in a cloud gaming beta for Windows 10 PCs and Apple devices, which was accessible through the web browsers Edge, Chrome, and Safari. Will players be able to enjoy a performance boost in more games? Only time will tell.