droidsnipe.com, Jakarta – Microsoft is ready to bring Xbox wherever its users are. This is part of the Xbox Everywhere initiative, which is expanding to bring Fortnite to Xbox Cloud Gaming.
Even though the user can already do game streaming from cloud to mobile and PCs, it’s rumored that Microsoft still has plans to expand access via the living room television.
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Within the next 12 months, Microsoft plans to release devices cloud game streaming Xbox. This looks like it’s going to be something like the Amazon First Stick or maybe a Roku.
Like Roku, Xbox streaming devices will allow users to access movie and TV services, in addition to the library games via Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
However, if you already have a Samsung smart TV, you can likely miss out on a separate device. Microsoft partners with Samsung to develop apps game streaming Xbox for the company’s television. The device will also debut in the next 12 months.
Microsoft’s move is not too surprising. The company has repeatedly noted that it doesn’t really care how users get into the Xbox ecosystem.
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While news circulated about the plan, Microsoft on the other hand poured enormous resources into a dedicated Xbox console. It has become a kind of concession that hardware games is still the best way to reach potential Game Pass customers.
With the presence games like Fortnite and Halo Infinite, Microsoft can attract users who are ready to try it games free even if you don’t have an expensive console.