Xbox Streaming device to be launched next year by Microsoft

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Nearly one year ago, Microsoft confirmed the news that it is working on a game streaming device for people to stream games from almost anywhere as part of the company’s Xbox Everywhere initiative. No further details were available at the time of the announcement however now new details are reveal that this could happen soon.

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Report by the GamesBeat suggests that we can expect Xbox streaming device to reach users next year. It will either take the shape of a stick like the Amazon Fire TV Stick or might resemble a Roku, a Chromecast, or an Apple TV device.

The device will enable people to stream cloud games from Xbox Game Pass Ultimate by connecting it to a TV or a monitor, thus, dismissing the need for them to own an Xbox gaming console. The streaming device is also expected to get an added and exciting functionality of streaming movies and TV shows. Hence, the streaming device will attract gamers and movie buffs alike.

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Microsoft hinted at its for a game-streaming device plans for the first time at the 2021 E3 online event. The company’s CVP of gaming experiences and platforms Liz Hamren, said, “We’re also developing standalone streaming devices that you can plug into a TV or monitor, so if you have a strong internet connection, you can stream your Xbox experience.” For those who don’t know already, E3 2022 has been entirely canceled.

There are reports that Microsoft is developing an Xbox game-streaming app for access to the cloud games on Smart TVs. This is said to be done in collaboration with Samsung. Hence, those with Samsung Smart TVs won’t have to get a dedicated streaming device. The app is also expected to become official next year. For those who don’t know, Samsung’s latest Smart TVs already support Google Stadia and Nvidia’s GeForce Now. So, it would make sense for Microsoft to join the list too.

This information comes after Microsoft recently made Fortnite available on Xbox Cloud Gaming. This again comes under the Xbox Everywhere Initiative and will allow people to play the popular title on smartphones (even on iPhones), tablets, and PCs.

Cloud gaming still has a lot to prove, but when you can just slap a controller on a phone and call it a portable Xbox or load it on a machine like the Steam Deck, it’s hard not to see the potential.

It remains to be seen when the Xbox streaming device becomes available for people to buy. However we can expect that they are less than 12 months away from the reach of its customers. We will keep you posted on this with further details when available.

 

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