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Xbox’s game streaming device and TV app may arrive soon

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It’s been 11 months since it was confirmed to be for the ecosystem. The company hasn’t released many more details on either one since then, but a new report suggests they could arrive in the coming months.

The streaming device, which can be connected to a TV or monitor, has a stick or puck design, according to In other words, it looks like an Amazon Fire Stick or a Chromecast. It is believed that you can not only use the device but also use it to watch movies and TV shows.

Meanwhile, Microsoft is said to be working on an Xbox app for that company’s TVs. Some of Samsung’s 2022 models like Google Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce Now. It wouldn’t be at all surprising to see an Xbox Cloud Gaming app on those TVs too.

Both the TV app and streaming device are expected to arrive within the next 12 months. They are part of Microsoft’s Xbox Everywhere strategy. The name speaks for itself: the company aims to reach gamers wherever they are, even if they don’t have an Xbox console or a capable gaming PC.

The project took another step forward this week with the this week. That gives people a way to stream the all-consuming Battle Royale on smartphones(), tablets and PC.

What makes this different from other Xbox streaming games is that it’s free. You don’t need an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription to stream Fortnite – just a Microsoft account. Microsoft says it’s interested in offering more free-to-play titles via the cloud, so maybe and the multiplayer side of will be available at some point.

We may not have to wait long to hear about the next steps for the Xbox Everywhere initiative. A big Xbox and Bethesda showcase, and there could be more than game announcements and trailers in store.

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