Xbox is planning a cloud gaming device for next year


Within the next twelve months, Microsoft is expected to launch an Xbox cloud streaming device.

Xbox Everywhere with the next streaming device

It’s said to be a streaming device not unlike an Amazon Fire device or a Roku player. This information comes from VentureBeats Jeff Grubb. With this, it will be possible to use Xbox Game Pass without solid hardware.

Connect the hardware to a TV or other monitor and you can play without expensive hardware. Of course, a good internet connection, a controller, and an active Game Pass Ultimate subscription are important.

In addition to games, the stick should also offer the possibility of using cinema and television services. In addition to the streaming stick, Microsoft is planning an Xbox streaming app for current Samsung smart TVs.

In his post, Grubb says that Microsoft continues to stress “that it doesn’t care how you enter the Xbox ecosystem.” However, the company has invested a lot of money in current Xbox consoles.

“It was kind of an admission that gaming hardware is still the best way to reach potential Game Pass subscribers,” Grubb said. According to him, it is important that Microsoft officially announces the plans in the coming months.

How about the Xbox and Bethesda showcase on June 12 at 6 p.m.? Maybe at this event we’ll learn more about Microsoft’s plans to really bring the Xbox service anywhere.


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