Logitech announces Cloud Gaming with handheld Xbox Cloud Gaming support and more

Logitech G is working with Tencent Games to launch a handheld device focused on cloud gaming in late 2022. It’s designed for services like Xbox Cloud Gaming and GeForce Now, and will be a full-fledged device with controllers, not connectivity. mobile phone.

Both Microsoft and NVIDIA are working in partnership with Logitech G and Tencent Games to develop hardware for the device.

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In the announcement, Logitech and Tencent did not mention the release date, design or price of the device. The former will use all of its experience in building gaming PCs and accessories, while the latter is an operating partner in the new venture.

According to Logitech General Manager Ujesh Desai, Tencent Games is recognized as one of the world’s leading developers and publishers at the forefront of innovation, which is why the company continued this partnership. He also says that he grew up playing video games, and the idea of ​​being able to stream and play AAA games almost anywhere is exciting, and he can’t wait to show gamers what he’s created.

The new cloud gaming device has gained an official website where you can sign up to receive news. Logitech promises that the device will be released in 2022, so more information should be coming in the coming weeks.

While not a direct competitor, its announcement comes months after Valve released the Steam Deck console, which made the idea of ​​a portable “PC Gamer” possible. It supports cloud gaming services such as Xbox Cloud Gaming and Stadia, but it will be able to reach an audience that wants a cheaper option with just the option of streaming games without the need for mobile.

In May, Microsoft confirmed that it was developing its own device aimed at streaming games. It’s codenamed Keystone and can be connected to any TV or monitor, eliminating the need for a console.

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