Microsoft CEO Phil Spencer made a mysterious statement a year and a half ago that next year, users without a computer or console will be able to stream Xbox games on their smart TVs as a dedicated device. Then last June, the company talked about the same thing, then also confirming that a smart TV app is also emerging in the witch kitchen for xboxing streaming. We haven’t seen too much of this since: after the company launched two consoles in 2020, it has focused mostly on the Xbox Game Pass service.
Nearby sources of Venture Beat according to the redmond’s next big plan is an Xbox device for cloud streaming that could hit the market in a year and most closely resemble an Amazon or Roku stick. According to the legend, the gadget, which can be connected to a TV or monitor with the HDMI port, will be able to stream from the most popular cinema and TV applications, in addition, of course, it will provide access to Xbox Game Pass games.
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According to sources, Microsoft and Samsung are also working together to develop an Xbox streaming app that would make it unnecessary for Samsung Smart TV owners to purchase another device for the purpose. Built-in Cloud Gaming could also arrive for South Korean manufacturers ’modern TV owners next year, while streaming services like Google Stadia and nVIDIA Geforce Now are already supported on the 2022 models, so it seems like a timely move.
The company has not yet announced an official announcement, but nearby sources say Microsoft will be able to talk about both services at the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12, when it will already share details on the expansion of the Xbox Game Pass TV. According to sources, the delay in appearances so far is due to supply chain difficulties caused by the Russian-Ukrainian invasion and Chinese closures, among others.
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