Although the intention of Microsoft to approach the portable market has always been there, it seems that the duo mobile and streaming game via Project xCloud is the closest we will be to the concept. To show a button, this mobile control patent that has come to light.
The image you have on these lines belongs to the designer Sarang Sheth, not the final product, but it serves to get an idea of where the shots would go. Two side couplings and a charging base that would help us not to have to deal with the touch controls of the mobile.
Those added to the controls include integrated speakers, headphone jack, wireless headphone stand, non-slip rear base and, of course, all the necessary buttons to be able to play Xbox One games via streaming.
The cloud game service would presumably arrive in October, but Microsoft He has not given exact dates or anticipated anything in relation to the controller that can be seen in the patent. With the Gamescom just around the corner, it would not be bad to be able to receive some information about your plans.
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