The September Xbox update adds additional options to view your games remotely via the Xbox app. On Windows PCs, The box Cloud Gaming (Beta) is now available through the Xbox app. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers in 22 countries may now play games on their Windows 10 PC, iOS, and Android devices without having to download anything.

Microsoft has launched a new Xbox update that includes new methods to play games on Windows PCs, as well as an upgraded Microsoft Edge browser and other improvements.

"This September, Team Xbox is looking forward to continuing to provide new ways to improve Xbox, with you at the core, as we enhance the experience and deliver brand new features based on your feedback," the firm added.

The September Xbox update adds additional options to view your games remotely via the Xbox app. On Windows PCs, the box Cloud Gaming (Beta) is now available through the Xbox app. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers in 22 countries may now play games on their Windows 10 PC, iOS, and Android devices without having to download anything.

Second, Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One owners can now use Xbox remote play with the Xbox app to access their console gaming experiences on Windows 10 PCs. Remote play replicates the entire console experience on a second screen, allowing users to browse and play their entire game library, adjust settings, chat with friends, and more.

The Play Later discovery tool, which lets you construct a list of Xbox Game Pass games to check out with tailored suggestions, is also included in the Xbox update. Simply add the game to your to-do list and play it later.

Additionally, the most recent version of Microsoft Edge is now accessible on Xbox consoles, bringing better web standards and a fast, secure, and contemporary surfing experience right to your console.

Finally, the September Xbox update adds mouse and sync capabilities to Microsoft Edge, making it easier to manage your profile settings on your Xbox console.