Xbox boss photo leaks Microsoft cloud game machine real appearance: only slightly larger than the handle
As the director of Microsoft's Xbox division, but also a well-known player Phil Spencer has been thunderstorm in social media to share life, and in a recent repertoire of his tweets to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the "Fallout" series, he also conventionally sunshine a part of his shelves.
But a sharp-eyed user found that the top of this shelf, there is a white game console never seen before, it looks similar to the Xbox Series S, but the volume is only slightly larger than the XBox handle, looks quite small.
After careful comparison, some users believe that this console, the probability is the long-rumored news, codenamed "Keystone", the main focus of cloud gaming console products.
From this photo, the Xbox Keystone looks like a simplified version of the XSS console, smaller than all existing Xbox consoles, quite space-saving.
It is reported that the console will come with a streamlined version of Windows and support streaming platforms such as Netflix and Disney+ while supporting Microsoft's own Xbox Game Pass Ultimate cloud game.
The device is expected to have USB ports, Ethernet ports and Wi-Fi 5, with no support for Wi-Fi 6 to control costs.
Sources say that the Xbox Keystone may be priced at $99, while the XGPU subscription costs $15 per month, a relatively inexpensive solution for the console gaming experience.