Microsoft continues to work on a game streaming device that connects to any TV or monitor and does not require local computing power. The company confirmed this information to the Windows Central resource. The device for streaming games is called Keystone.
Microsoft noted that the previously announced device has undergone changes, but the company did not go into details. They only noted that they intend to make the Xbox Cloud Gaming service more accessible to gamers around the world.
As The Verge recalls, Microsoft is developing not only a separate dongle, but also cooperates with smart TV manufacturers and, in particular, Samsung. TVs with integrated Xbox services are expected to arrive within the next 12 months.