Among Microsoft’s various efforts to push cloud gaming, like Game Pass titles that support cloud streaming and supporting Xbox One and PC, it has been working on a device called Keystone.
In a new report, Jez Corden of Windows Central confirmed that Keystone is an HDMI streaming device that can run Game Pass and stream games from the cloud.
These titles could be played on TVs, providing a low-cost solution to Xbox gaming (much like Xbox boss Phil Spencer discussed in 2020).
As enticing as it sounds, a Microsoft spokesperson revealed to Corden that the company is pivoting away from the device’s current iteration.
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