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Phil Spencer has just leaked a brand-new Xbox console

Published: 16:54, 10 October 2022
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Phil Spencer seems to be teasing the rumoured Xbox Keystone streaming console
Phil Spencer seems to be teasing the rumoured Xbox Keystone streaming console

Microsoft Gaming boss Phil Spencer is seemingly teasing the rumoured Xbox streaming console codenamed Keystone.

Microsoft Gaming boss Phil Spencer has shared a new image of his iconic shelf and Xbox fans quickly spotted something very interesting, that might look like an unannounced new Xbox console. 

It's a small white box, similar to Xbox Series S only much smaller so fans are assuming that this could be the rumoured Xbox streaming console codenamed Keystone .

Keystone is reportedly a new piece of hardware by Xbox, which will be focusing on streaming video games and cloud services instead of running games natively. 

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers would be able to access their library of games using the device and play games over the internet. Of course, Keystone would be much cheaper than your standard console, with some rumours suggesting it's targeting $99 price point.

Keep in mind that most of these details are just rumours at this point since Microsoft are yet to confirm that such a console is indeed coming. But that being said, a direct tease by Phil Spencer is probably a good hint that Keystone is happening, just don't expect it imminently. 

4chan A render of Xbox Keystone that surfaced online a while ago. Its design is pretty close to the console on Spencer's shelf. A render of Xbox Keystone that surfaced online a while ago. Its design is pretty close to the console on Spencer's shelf.

A streaming-only device is certainly a great idea by Microsoft, who are looking to allow Xbox Game Pass subscribers to play their games in many different ways. Game Pass subscribers can already access their library via Cloud on mobile devices, laptops and TVs. 

Yes, a good internet connection is a must but for those who don't have issues with their connection, it's certainly a no-brainer to at least try Xbox's cloud tech.

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