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Add your own games to Xbox Cloud Gaming later in 2022

Their cloud, your library.

Xbox Cloud Gaming will expand to stream titles in a user’s owned library rather than just those in the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate one, Microsoft today confirmed.

If all goes to plan, users will be able to stream owned content supported by the cloud later in 2022.

“One of the things that [gamers] told us is, ‘hey, we would love to be able to stream games that we own, even if they’re not in the Game Pass catalog’,” said Ashley McKissick, Corporate Vice President of Gaming Experience & Platform.

“So later this year, if you are a Game Pass Ultimate member, you will be able to stream from the cloud games you purchase and games that you already own as long as they’re cloud-enabled in the catalog.”

A listing of supported titles wasn’t made available, nor was a date that we can expect the functionality.

Today’s news comes alongside the announcement that our friends over in New Zealand (alongside those in Argentina) will have access to Xbox Cloud Gaming from today.

Microsoft pre-showcase 2022 announcements

Today’s announcement is just one in a series from Microsoft, all of which are listed below:

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