Using the Xbox Console Companion app for PC, gamers can take advantage of the Remote Play feature to stream Xbox One games over their home network connection. Unfortunately, early adopters of the next-generation Xbox Series X|S consoles are struggling to take advantage of the handy feature. For those affected, is there an Xbox Series X|S Remote Play on Windows 10 not working fix? Here’s the need-to-know on streaming games from the next-gen Xbox consoles to a Win 10 PC.
Xbox Series X|S Windows 10 Remote Play | Xbox app not working fix?
Windows 10 Remote Play is a great way to keep playing Xbox games while away from the console itself, but still within the home environment. It isn’t the same as Xbox Game Streaming, which doesn’t require a console, though it is a useful local network alternative. With that in mind, it’s no wonder that disgruntled users are seeking a solution because their Xbox Series X|S won’t stream to a Windows 10 device.
Xbox Series X|S users can not stream games to a Windows 10 device using the Xbox Console Companion app Remote Play feature. Win 10 Remote Play only works with Xbox One generation devices, according to Microsoft, though “updates on further support” are promised in the future.
Fortunately, in the absence of any current Xbox Series X|S Win 10 Remote Play support, users can stream games to their iOS and Android smart devices. After downloading the free Xbox mobile app, setting up Xbox Series X|S Android and iOS Remote Play is simple.
Need more help with the new Xbox Series X|S systems? Check out how to bypass the faulty EA Play app. Additionally, here’s how to get DVD and Blu-rays working, along with how to stop taking dark screenshots using the Xbox Series X|S capture button.
Alternatively, read up on why purchasing the pricey Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S is worth considering.