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Xbox reportedly to launch cloud gaming streaming device and Samsung Smart TV app in ‘next 12 months’

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According to a GamesBeat report, Microsoft plans to step up its Xbox Everywhere initiative by releasing a cloud-based game streaming device and Samsung Smart TV app “in the next 12 months.”

Following its decision on Thursday to make Fortnite available to play for free through Xbox Cloud Gaming, it looks like Microsoft is once again working hard to give gamers the ability to stream Xbox games straight to their TVs.

Of course, the history of Microsoft Gaming and these new offerings is such that for the last couple of years or so it has been assumed that they are “in development” and “will be launched soon”.

So this report may seem more or less the same, but it can still be seen as good news for those who are holding their breath waiting for the deals to finally show up.

#TeamXbox. Give everyone the opportunity to play the games they want, with the right people, on the devices they already have. We call it Xbox everywhere #Xbox?☁️?https://t.co/O4dBZFZKZi

— Katherine Gluckstein (@CJGluckstein) May 5, 2022

“Our mission at Xbox is to bring joy and community to gaming by putting gamers at the center of everything we do,” said Katherine Gluckstein, Vice President and Chief Product Officer of Xbox Cloud Gaming, in a May 5 blog post. “We want everyone in the world to be able to play the games they want, with the people they want, on the devices they already have. We call it Xbox Everywhere.”

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