Frequently asked questions
The Xbox app currently supports Samsung 2022 or newer Smart TVs and Samsung Smart 2022 monitors via cloud gaming (beta).
Official Xbox controllers, Sony PlayStation controllers, and more. Please visit our support hub for a list of verified controllers that support cloud gaming.
An Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership and supporting games are required to play most of the available cloud games in the Xbox app. Some exceptions apply. Learn more and join Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Most titles in the Xbox Game Pass library are available to play from the cloud. For an up-to-date list, please visit https://www.xbox.com/xbox-game-pass/games#cloud. Game Pass game titles, number, features, and availability vary over time, by region and platform.
Visit xbox.com/regions for details on market availability.
To play Xbox console games from the cloud on your device, you’ll need high-speed internet connection (ISP fees apply). Best performance will be achieved with a wired connection or 5Ghz Wi-Fi connection, with a speed of 20Mbps or higher. Streaming performance is affected by internet connection, user location, device, and other factors. Your gameplay on other devices may be limited. Streamed games may have limited functionality, for example:
- Limited video resolution;
- Limited audio outputs;
- Limited game save storage (cloud saves only);
- Limited in-game purchases;
- Limited user-generated content functionality;
- Limited companion app support; and/or
- Limited accessory and peripheral support.