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Microsoft Is Building An Online Streaming Service Like Netflix For Xbox Games

Microsoft is working on a Netflix-style streaming video service for video games. It promises "console-quality gaming to any device'.

Redmond-based company claims that players will be able to stream blockbuster films to their Xbox, laptop, or mobile.

It is unclear whether players will need to pay for individual games or the possibility of having access the entire library for a monthly charge, such as video on-demand.

Microsoft doesn't believe streaming will replace dedicated consoles completely, but the company teased that a new Xbox hardware was in the works.

Microsoft is developing a Netflix-style streaming video service that will bring console-quality gaming to all devices. The firm also announced 50 new games for fans during its E3 presentation - an all-time record for the Redmond-based firm.

Xbox boss Phil Spencer also teased the coming streaming video games service, which Spencer claims will allow users to 'unlock console-quality gaming for any device'

Executive President of Gaming Phil Spencer revealed Microsoft's plans to develop a cloud-based service during its press conference during the video game Expo E3 in Los Angeles.

Spencer stated that: "Our cloud engineers are developing a game streaming network to stream console-quality gaming on all devices.

"We are determined to improve your gaming experience everywhere you play - on your Xbox, your PC, and even your mobile."

Cloud Gaming is a way for players to have access to a huge library of games without needing to download or install each one.

Cloud gaming lets console-quality games to run on less powerful devices like smartphones. All the heavy lifting is performed on a server , not on the device being used by the player.

This is very different than traditional video console games which must process everything locally on the disk and thus require high-end chipsets.

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Spencer, Xbox boss, didn't reveal a date for the service's launch on-stage. However Spencer has previously suggested that Microsoft's game streaming could be available before 2020.

The company isn't the only one that is interested in streaming games. Rival PlayStation also offers the option of streaming games to your devices.

Dubbed PlayStation Now, the subscription service costs PS12.99 ($20) a month and allows players to stream more than 500 titles on their Sony PS4 or Windows PC.

Sony launched its cloud gaming service following it bought rival services Gaikai and OnLive.

Microsoft has not given up on its hardware plans, despite its focus being on videogame streaming.

It is not clear whether users will need to pay for individual titles or if they will be able access the entire library for a flat monthly fee, similar to Netflix.

Microsoft has revealed plans to create Xbox hardware with new consoles in the works despite teasers of streaming services.

Xbox boss Phil Spencer remained tight-lipped on any specifics about the forthcoming console, however, the executive did reveal that backwards-compatibility with older video games would play significant role for the new hardware

Phil Spencer used the E3 keynote to announce the sequel to the Xbox One, with hints that Microsoft might have a variety of new consoles planned.

'The same team that delivered an unprecedented performance with Xbox One X is currently deep into the design of the next Xbox consoles, and we will once again fulfill our promise to set the bar for console gaming,' he said.

Spencer remained tight-lipped on any specifics about the console, however, the executive did reveal that backwards-compatibility with Xbox One games would play significant role for the new hardware.

Eurogamer was told by him: "When you think about the next generation of hardware, a lot of the big, massive games that people are currently playing will still exist when the next hardware is released."

You won't see the number "2" at the final game of these games because they are trying to get you to the next version. In the older model of games being shipped being played, and then going away - a console switch was an easy step-function.

'We went through it with Minecraft. We didn't launch Minecraft 2 on Xbox One to try to compel everybody to move to the next console, because that's not what Minecraft gamers want. want Minecraft to improve.

When you think about games like PUBG and Fortnite and think about these massive ecosystems and games that will be available, once new hardware is released, players will continue to want to play these games, and it's going to be essential for us as platforms to be able to support these games.'

Microsoft announced a new game in its wildly popular Halo series, dubbed Halo Infinite, which will be exclusive to Xbox consoles

Additionally, Microsoft showcased a record 50 brand new games to its gamers during its E3 presentation.

The company released a selection of exclusive titles, including brand new entries to its Halo and Gears of War series.

Spencer spoke of the company's "most diverse gaming portfolio" as the new list of games.

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