Xbox's head had a Keystone on the shelf, a stream-gaming app with an Xbox Cloud Gaming

Xbox's head had a Keystone on the shelf, a stream-gaming app with an Xbox Cloud Gaming

Xbox head Phil Spencer posted on Twitter a photo from Microsoft's office, where users noticed the Xbox mystery device on the shelf. This is a small white box reminiscent of a reduced version of the Xbox Series S. It is supposed to be designed to access Xbox games through the Xbox Cloud Gaming cloud service.

Microsoft first announced the development of an Xbox app for a sweating game last year, and many mistakenly assumed that the new Keystone code name would be a keyboard connected directly to the HDMI port. However, the photograph shows that it would be a small box or device similar to a puck that would connect to monitors and televisions. It would probably be able to provide access to multimedia applications such as Netflix, similar to TV apps, in addition to games.

Microsoft has already launched an Xbox TV application on smart televisions and Samsung monitors this year, which allows Xbox Cloud Gaming to play games and supports streaming in the resolution at a rate of up to 60 frames per second. For the game, it is sufficient to enter its Microsoft account in an application or through Xbox Cloud Gaming in a browser.