An update has began to roll out to Xbox One owners bringing support for game streaming and Backwards Compatibility.
The Windows 10 game streaming feature, planned for release alongside the OS on July 29, will allow owners of the console to play their games directly through their PCs – perfect if you don’t own a 1080p tv, but do have a full HD monitor.
Those lucky to be part of the Xbox Insider Preview program have been able to test this feature, along chance to test Xbox 360 games running on the Xbox One, for few weeks now.
The July update to Xbox One also sets the groundwork for October’s launch of Backwards Compatibility – with 100 games expected to be available when it rolls out.
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