Reports come back to an affordable dongle by Microsoft to introduce its Xbox Cloud Gaming service to the masses. Imagine buying a device similar to the Chromecast, connecting to the television, and judging the most of the games available on Xbox Game Pass without a console or a PC, but that’s the idea that Microsoft currently owns, is decided, that the form of funcionar the service It will be modeled on the one offered by Google Stadia thanks to a simple Chromecast connected via HDMI to the television.
As revealed exclusively by Windows Central, have confirmed that such a product existsindicating that under the code name of “Keystone”, we come across “a revamped HDMI streaming stick running Xbox Game Pass and its cloud gaming serviceHowever, Microsoft is said to be exploring other iterations of the product before releasing it, so it’s unclear when it will debut.
“Our vision for Xbox Cloud Gaming is unwavering, our goal is to empower people to play the games they want, on the devices they want, where they want. As announced last year, we have been working on a gaming device named Keystone, which could connect to any TV or monitor without the need for a console,” a Microsoft spokesperson said.
“As part of any technical journey, we are constantly evaluating our efforts, reviewing our learnings, and ensuring that we are delivering value to our customers. We have made the decision to discontinue the current iteration of the Keystone device. We We’ll take our learnings and refocus our efforts.” in a new approach that will allow us to bring Xbox Cloud Gaming to more gamers around the world in the future.”
From what is known so far, Keystone has been in development for a few years and Microsoft is still finalizing the product’s feature set for a future release. It is assumed that this device will be based on Windows or Xbox operating system instead of alternatives like Android, which would allow Microsoft to offer its own streaming media apps like Microsoft Movies & TV.
Microsoft has also previously hinted at the possibility of offering tv apps for Xbox Cloud Gaming, which would make it even more interesting to buy a device of this type, which for very little money would already allow players to enjoy hundreds of games with a very low initial investment.