Spencer's random photos are suspected to expose Microsoft's Xbox streaming media box

Previously rumored that Microsoft is developing a streaming media device that will allow users to stream media games and videos at the same time, but no more information has been exposed.

However, it seems Microsoft Xbox head Phil Spencer leaked the device himself, in a tweet celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Fallout series, he posted part of his shelf with multiple consoles, controllers, manuals...etc.

In addition to these regular items, we can see a small white box at the top of the picture, which looks different from all current Xbox game consoles, only slightly larger than the Xbox handle. Tom Warren, editor of foreign media The Verge, said this may be the Xbox streaming box, code-named "Keystone"

This is not the first time Spencer has quietly warmed up before the official release of the product. Spencer took a similar approach to show off the Xbox Series S console ahead of Microsoft's next-gen console launch in November 2020. Before announcing the cooperation with Hideo Kojima, he also posted the mascot figure of Kojima Studio.

Microsoft is currently pushing hard on its Xbox cloud gaming service, and one way Microsoft plans to work with manufacturers to add cloud gaming to smart TVs. In addition, Microsoft is also developing streaming devices that users can plug into a TV or computer monitor to stream games from the cloud.

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