An Xbox executive announced that Microsoft’s Clarity Boost optimization for Xbox cloud gaming (aka xCloud) is now available the Microsoft Edge browser. According to the company, Clarity Boost is said to the visual quality of video streams. Recently, Xbox cloud gaming support was launched for some Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X users in selected regions to stream games through the cloud. These users must have a valid Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

Xbox project manager Milena Gonzalez wrote in a blog post, “Xbox Cloud Gaming has collaborated with Microsoft Edge to create an improved experience” (Clarity Boost), which will “provide the best appearance when playing Xbox games from the cloud And feel”. Clarity Boost is one of the cloud gaming optimizations available Microsoft Edge Canary, which uses a set of client-side scaling improvements to the visual quality of the stream. She also said that by next year, all Microsoft Edge users can use Clarity Boost.

Those who are interested can download Microsoft Edge Canary to experience Clarity Boost before they can use it widely Microsoft Edge. If you have Microsoft Edge Canary, please navigate to edge://settings/help to make sure you are using 96.0.1033.0 or higher. Now go to www.xbox.com/play, log in and start the game. In your browser, open the More Actions (…) menu and select the Enable sharpness enhancement option.

As mentioned earlier, Xbox cloud gaming support has been rolled out to some compatible Xbox console owners in selected regions. Xbox cloud gaming is a win-win deal for users with fast connections but limited Internet bandwidth. These users can purchase Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions to try out the games and then decide to download them.

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