Microsoft’s streaming device Keystone shelved because it was too expensive, says Spencer

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Microsoft was looking to get into the game streaming business with its own device, codenamed Keystone, but apparently, what the team designed would have been too expensive for consumers.

This is according to the CEO of Microsoft Gaming, Phil Spencer, who told The Verge the team decided instead to focus its effort on delivering the smart TV streaming app to Samsung sets (thanks, ResetEra).

Back in May, a report surfaced stating that Microsoft was getting into the games…

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