Speaking to The Verge, representatives for Microsoft confirmed that Xbox cloud gaming now runs entirely on Xbox Series X hardware, wrapping up a backend upgrade that quietly kicked off over the summer. Kotaku reports: So, what's that mean' For one, the Xbox Series X can output games in 4K resolution. Though cloud gaming currently streams games at 60 frames per second, the service only outputs games at a resolution of 1080p. Moving the whole operation to an Xbox Series X framework could theoretically bring that in line with what's available on Microsoft's highest-end model. But the switch could also open up access to games that are otherwise inaccessible to gamers gated out of next-gen hardware. Obviously, it's still tough as hell to get your hands on an Xbox Series X these days (and, to a lesser extent, its computationally scrawnier cousin, the Xbox Series S). Don't expect it to get any easier any time soon. Just last week, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said as much.Read more of this story at Slashdot. Click here to read full news..