According to those who have information in this field, it seems that Microsoft intends to enter the games stream more seriously and offer a device for this purpose.
According to VentureBeat, Microsoft plans to launch an Xbox game player in the next 12 months, which could be similar to the Roku Puck or Amazon Fire TV Stick. The report states that the device allows users to not only play existing games via Xbox games Ultimate, but also to stream movies and TV shows.
However, this is not going to be a physical player, Rather, it is said that Samsung smart TVs will receive an Xbox streaming program for this device. This device may be introduced in the next twelve months.
If this statement is true and Microsoft produces the above, it would not be surprising. At Microsoft's E3 conference in 2016, Phil Spencer noted that the vision of the gaming industry is changing, and while consoles remain a major part of the industry ecosystem, most people play games on more than one device and mindset. "At Xbox, we want to present a world," he said of games. Where you can more freely choose the games you want with the people you want. A world where you can play without borders. A world beyond generations.
Microsoft has now taken a step forward with its cloud services initiative, adding more games to the Xbox Cloud gaming service every month, and it lives up to its promise. Microsoft recently announced that Fortnite has been added to the Xbox Cloud Gaming service, which will allow you to play it for free on iOS, Android and PC.
This is in line with current Microsoft policies. It is completely true and the probability of its occurrence is high. The decision could add new people to the Xbox ecosystem, a goal that Microsoft has been pursuing for years.