Google Stadia could soon be coming to Xbox Series X
Microsoft has recently surprised its Xbox fans by starting to publicly test the Edge browser (based on Google Chromium). This browser will offer Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One users a far superior browsing experience.
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Also, this implementation may bring an unexpected new feature for Microsoft consoles, especially with the confirmation of native support for the Xbox controller and also the combination of mouse and keyboard.
Considering that Microsoft Edge is based on Google’s Chromium, its arrival on Xbox consoles could also translate into support for Google Stadia, further expanding the reach of Google’s cloud gaming service.
Microsoft Edge will bring Google Stadia and more to Xbox Series X
The arrival of Microsoft Edge on the Xbox Series X could end up having a much bigger impact than expected. In addition to providing the aforementioned support for the Google Stadia cloud gaming service, it will also improve the integration of services such as Skype and Discord.
In this initial testing phase, the support of practically all the functionalities present in its version for Windows 10, such as extensions, vertical tabs and collections.
In this way, the entire interaction between the Microsoft ecosystem will be even more homogeneous. For example, users can easily continue to visit a page across their different devices. With just one click, they can jump between their smartphone, computer, or Xbox.
There is no concrete information yet on a possible release date of the final / stable version of Microsoft Edge for Xbox consoles, but it will certainly be interesting to discover all the features that it will present.
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via: The Verge
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