Dedicated Xbox game streaming hardware and Xbox TV software have been in the works for the better part of a year now. There haven’t been many updates on either since then, but a fresh report claims they might come within the next several months.”
Devices that can be connected to a TV or monitor via HDMI are expected to come in stick or puck form, according to GamesBeat. Amazon Fire TV Stick or Chromecast-like in appearance. The gadget is said to be able to stream Xbox Game Pass Ultimate games as well as movies and television programs.
Xbox TV App
Meanwhile, a Microsoft-Samsung Xbox TV app is reportedly in the works. Google Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce Now are supported by several of Samsung’s 2022 models. On such TVs, an Xbox Cloud Gaming app is not out of the question.
The TV app and the streaming gadget are scheduled to be released within the next year. Xbox Everywhere approach includes them. If you don’t have an Xbox or a powerful gaming PC, you’re out of luck. That’s why the company’s name is self-explanatory.
This week saw the inclusion of Fortnite to Xbox Cloud Gaming, bringing the total number of games supported by the service to more than 100. People may enjoy the battle royale on their cellphones, tablets, and personal computers thanks to this solution.
The fact that it’s free sets it apart from other Xbox Live streaming games. Fortnite can be streamed with a Microsoft account, not an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. It’s possible that Microsoft plans to provide additional free games over the cloud, including Apex Legends, Call of Duty Warzone, and Halo Infinite’s online multiplayer.
The Xbox Everywhere initiative’s next stages might be announced in the near future. More than just new games and videos are expected to be shown during an Xbox and Bethesda event on June 12th.