Microsoft is reportedly working on a new streaming device that will allow people to access movie, TV and gaming services. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The device, which will be connected to TVs and can be shaped like a small stick or washer, is expected to be launched in the next 12 months, reported VentureBeat in Friday.

It is also reported that Microsoft is working closely with Samsun to develop an application for streaming Xbox games for the technology giant’s TVs. This is expected to be released in a similar period of time, according to VentureBeat.

Xbox did not respond immediately to a request for comment.

Microsoft is expanding the ways people can stream games outside of their own Xbox consoles. Last week, the company struck a deal with Epic Games for offer Fortnite for free through Xbox Cloud Gaming. This move allows people to play Fortnite on phones and other devices in a way similar to the way they stream video to services like Netflix without the need for a power console or gaming computer.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate costs $ 15 per month and offers subscribers access to hundreds of games, privileges and discounts on EA Play, as well as Xbox Gold – $ 10 per month alone – which focuses on online games for many players.

See also: Xbox Series X vs. Xbox Series S: Which game console is best for you?

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