Streaming on Twitch via PlayStation 5 is relatively easy, but it’s not that easy when you’re trying to stream on Xbox Series X or S, as you need to download the Twitch app and follow a series of steps.

However, Microsoft seeks to fix this with the “Console Live Streaming” feature, included in its latest Xbox Insider Preview update, which makes accessing Twitch easier and more direct.

With that update, the company also added a beta version of Xbox Cloud Gaming to Xbox One, giving users of older consoles access to the latest games.

To use Twitch’s new streaming feature, just go to the tab “Capture and share” and choose “Live broadcast”. Link your Twitch account using a mobile device or console settings, then press the button “Go live now” to start streaming the game.

“This feature only streams the game, so viewers will see a pause screen if the user exits the game or switches applications,” Microsoft notes.

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On the other hand, Xbox One users who want to play Xbox Series X / S titles or more hardware-intensive games, Xbox Cloud Gaming beta is also available to Insiders.

Want to play an Xbox Series X / S exclusive like Microsoft Flight Simulator or The Medium on an Xbox One? It is now feasible if the game in question is available on Alpha Skip-Ahead, which will launch today.

For now, These features are available to users of Microsoft Insider, a program that users can subscribe to to test beta or trial versions of each new update that the company releases. Over time, both features will reach all other users as well..

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