Xbox Getting Nintendo Switch, Steam Commuter From Logitech

Xbox is now taking charge of its own competitor to the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck in the form of a handheld device from Logitech. In recent years, Xbox has gradually expanded its presence by video streaming. Using the Xbox catalog, users can play several games on their phones or other devices. Now, Xbox is about to help with its expandmenting business in this area as well as the arrival of a dedicated device that has been designed to support cloud gaming.

Logitech announced today that the long-time hardware manufacturer unveiled the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld. The Logitech G is made of 1080p HD, the integrated controller, and the 12-hour battery. That the Logitech G can not download and play as often as those platforms can, but instead it was built to support various game streaming programs, such as titles which can be bought via Xbox Game Pass. With that in mind, you’ll need a solid WiFi connection to use the Logitech G, because it won’t have any native 5G support.

“Xbox Cloud Gaming was built to enable players around the world to play games on the device they wish,” said the VP of the Xbox Cloud Gaming, Catherine Gluckstein, to accompany the announcement of the Logitech G. “With the Xbox we took this journey to bring greater joy and community to gaming, we’re excited to see Logitech G launch a cloud-gamer that will delight players in more places with the Xbox games.”

It’s worth noting that Logitech can support a game streaming beyond the Xbox 360. The device also lets users stream games from their Steam library via SteamLink, or use the remote playing facility from the Google Play Store and on Nvidia GeForce Now. So if you are a hobby of whatever size you like, then logitech G is probably worthy of the exam.

The protocol will release by the end of October on the 18th of October. The device generally costs $349.99, but people who do not pre-order the platform now can buy it for £299.99.

Can you do this for yourself? And do you think that device might help Microsoft grow even more when it comes to game streaming? Tell me about your experiences a bit while watching the show in the comments or shoot me a message on @MooreMan12.

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