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Microsoft Developing Xbox Streaming App

# Microsoft Developing Xbox Streaming App

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Microsoft is expanding its Project xCloud streaming service to reach a wider audience beyond PCs and high-end mobile devices. Originally designed for streaming Xbox and PC games, the service will now be integrated into an “Xbox TV” streaming app in collaboration with various television manufacturers. This app will enable users to access Xbox games on smart TVs similar to popular streaming services like Netflix and Disney+.

Additionally, Microsoft is developing a standalone xCloud streaming player that can be connected to any TV or monitor. Liz Hamren, head of gaming experiences and platforms at Microsoft, stated, “We’re working with global TV manufacturers to embed the Game Pass experience directly into internet-connected TVs so all you’ll need to play is a controller.” The company is also creating streaming devices that will allow users to stream Xbox games with a strong internet connection.

There is no official release date or pricing information for these new services and devices yet. However, Microsoft has been actively working on these developments, with Xbox Chief Phil Spencer hinting at the potential of streaming apps and players in the past year. The company remains committed to making its games accessible across multiple platforms.

It’s worth noting that Microsoft has confirmed that their upcoming E3 presentation will focus primarily on games rather than hardware announcements.

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