Phil Spencer, the head of the Xbox brand, has once again uploaded a picture of his shelf, taken at his office and filled with “unintentional” data.
This time, the guy left laying around what closely resembled the previously anticipated Microsoft Cloud gaming case, codenamed “Keystone,” on the pretense of commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Fallout license.
What did we say about storing outdated prototypes on your shelves, boss? The item should typically enable users to enjoy Xbox Cloud Gaming compatible games without needing to acquire a console or PC. It is visible at the top of the. The official Xbox account then replied to Phil Spencer to dispel any skepticism.
Therefore, this little white box may be the most recent prototype of the Microsoft solution. For the record, the company said earlier this year that it would abandon its ambitions to construct the Keystone project in this manner and instead adopt a different strategy.
According to the most recent rumor, there will no longer be a key or case for cloud gaming but a whole console. We’ll have to wait and see whether Phil Spencer was joking when he took this picture of the shelf or if it was only a tiny tease before the release of a third Xbox console model. However, as his prior “hidden” goods lead to advertisements, we may learn more soon.