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On the cusp of E3 2021, Microsoft has been making some fascinating announcements. Alongside news of an Xbox Game Pass app coming to smart TVs in the near future, it also confirmed that streaming devices were in development to bring the game subscription service and its cloud gaming capabilities to TVs or monitors that lacked native support.

By the sounds of it, then, we’ll soon be able to plug and stream Xbox Game Pass titles on a TV without a dedicated Xbox Series X console – using a more compact streamer at even less cost than the entry-level, discless Xbox Series S.