In a statement, Microsoft didn’t confirm that the new server hardware was rolling out, but promised it will have news on the matter soon. “We’re continuously testing new features and making improvements to create a better Xbox Cloud Gaming experience,” Microsoft said. “We’ll have more to share soon about the upgrades we’re making to our Microsoft Datacenters.”On June 10th, Microsoft also said that Xbox Cloud Gaming, which is currently only available as an invite-only beta, would be available through the browser for all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members “in the next few weeks.” During E3, Microsoft also revealed that xCloud will come to Xbox One consoles, which means that the older gen hardware will be able to play next-gen games like Microsoft Flight Simulator through the cloud.And earlier this week, the company revealed that it intends to build “cloud-native games,” hiring the woman behind Portal as Xbox Game Studios’ new Senior Director of Cloud Gaming.