If you are a bit dissatisfied with the image quality while streaming the game, Xbox There may be a new product for you Increased clarity Features that are expected to improve the clarity of running titles Cloud gaming Flow in Microsoft Edge Browser.
According to a new article on the Xbox blog, Microsoft pointed out that Clarity Boost uses “a set of client-side scaling improvements” to use more processing power on your end through the Edge browser to improve overall image quality.
If you are eager to try this new feature yourself, please do the following:
- Download Microsoft Edge Canary.
- To confirm that you are using Microsoft Edge Canary, navigate to edge://settings/help to make sure you are using version 96.0.1033.0 or higher.
- To enable Clarity Boost, please visit www.xbox.com/play, log in and start the game.
- Open the more actions (…) menu.
- Select the Enable sharpness enhancement option.
If this works, it can offset some long-standing complaints about cloud gaming (that is, streaming quality is variable at best), and we may even eventually see other companies such as Google or Nvidia adopt or try to adopt it for themselves Technical game streaming service.
After a quick trial of this feature on my PC, I can see that the quality has improved significantly, although this is not a panacea-there is still some evidence of graphic artifacts. But compared with the situation where Boost is not enabled, it is day and night.
As early as September, we saw that Microsoft allowed Xbox Insiders to stream cloud games to their consoles, and launched support for Xbox cloud games and remote games on Windows 10 PCs. The company’s current philosophy is to remove all obstacles to playing games and allow as many people as possible to master the game-this really shows this.