The battle for the streaming video games services is just starting. The Xbox environment created by Microsoft around Game Pass offers a lot of games and the chance to play in consoles, PC, and mobile devices, but they want more.

According to Windows Central, the company behind Xbox wants to bring the Xbox Cloud Gaming service to anywhere through a dongle like Chromecast and Google Stadia. The device codenamed as “Keystone” has appeared in a Xbox OS list; therefore, Microsoft is still researching the way to bring the players the power of Xbox Cloud Gaming with an affordable device.

A Microsoft spokesperson admitted that Microsoft is decided to lower the boundaries to provide the content of Xbox via low cost-hardware:

“Our vision for Xbox Cloud Gaming is unwavering, our goal is to enable people to play the games they want, on the devices they want, anywhere they want. As announced last year, we’ve been working on a game-streaming device, codename Keystone, that could be connected to any TV or monitor without the need for a console.”

Xbox is going to be literally anywhere.

Thanks, Windows Central.