Phil Spencer “lends” his Logitech G Cloud to Hideo Kojima

During this period the Tokyo Game Show 2022 was held. The event captured the attention of the entire gaming world. Several announcements, including a probable new project by Kojima Productions. Speaking of the latter, Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, took the opportunity to visit the studios of the development team. Spencer, in the last month, has thoroughly tested Logitech G Cloud, Logitech’s new portable console. Thanks to a “stolen” shot, we can see how Kojima also had the opportunity to try this new platform.

In a Twitter post, Spencer wrote: “I’ve been using the Logitech G Cloud for about a month, an amazing streaming device for gaming while away from my console. I like the way it holds, the battery and the size of the screen. I took it with me to Europe and to the TGS and spent a lot of time there, wonderful, even though I was connected to the hotel’s wi-fi“. And, in response, the official Xbox page has posted a tweet where you can see Kojima playing with the new Logitech G Cloud offered on loan by Spencer.

That Kojima is testing the potential of Logitech G Cloud for future upcoming projects? At the Tokyo Game Show, Metal Gear’s dad’s studio booth displayed a mysterious poster. It is early to speculate, but Kojima will certainly look at the Logitech console with great interest, especially because, as we know, KojiPro is carrying out some project related to Microsoft and Xbox that will exploit x Cloud technology, the streaming game service offered by Redmond. and which is already available on the console.

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Logitech G Cloud was shown just a few days ago. Built in collaboration with Tencent, it supports both NVIDIA’s xCloud and GeForce Now. There will also be SteamLink and Google Play. Logitech G Cloud features a large 7-inch diagonal screen with an aspect ratio of 16: 9. For all the details on this new portable console, we refer you to our dedicated article.

What do you think of it? Tell us, as always, in the comments! The games shown at the Tokyo Game Show were so many, including: Street Fighter 6, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Exoprimal and many others.

Source: Phil Spencer