The past few days on the shelves ofPhil Spencer’s office one appeared mysterious console, visible in the photo you’ll find below, published by the CEO of Microsoft Gaming himself to celebrate 25 years of Fallout. According to some rumors that appeared on the net, that console could be the much talked about project keystone, the Xbox console to access the Cloud on Game Pass.
Vault Boy left the shelter and stopped by my office to check the # fallout25 Birthday. Congratulations on the @Fallout @Bethesda teams on this important milestone for an iconic franchise. pic.twitter.com/hGoN1sAQRK
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) October 10, 2022
As reported by Okami, the console in the photo is very similar to the one that appeared on the pages of Windows Central in May of this year. The various rumors speak of a console that can perform stream up to 4K in HDR (despite the current Xbox Cloud Gaming video stream limit is 1080p), with support for remote play from the Xbox console present under the same Wi-Fi network and with the ability to access the full catalog of cloud games on Xbox Game Pass.
Rumors about Project Keystone.
• $99 with controller
• 4K HDR streaming (xCloud is currently limited to 1080p)
• Play games you own or from Xbox Game Pass
• Remote play from Xbox consoles in your home
• Full Xbox dashboard with support for parties, Discord and DVR. pic.twitter.com/Zjl9U16gZY
– Okami Games (@ Okami13_) October 10, 2022
In addition, Project Keystone will Xbox dashboard with a lot of support for parties, for Discord and for DVR functionality. The console is expected to retail for around $99 with a controller in the box.
- @ Okami13_ status 10/10/2022 (twitter.com)
Source: Lega Nerd