If having an Xbox Series X or S, backwards compatibility, and a library of Game Pass titles wasn't enough, then get ready to load up Google Stadia on the system through a unique method - if you want to, that is!
We previously reported that the Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge that has been rolling out to Xbox Insiders in the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring was capable of running Google Stadia. Well, now we actually have some footage to back up those words, thanks to The Verge's very own Tom Warren, who has shared a brief clip of Destiny 2 being played on Google Stadia through an Xbox Series X. Madness.
As of now, this still only works for those who are testing the new Microsoft Edge app, but as it slowly begins to roll out, more users will be able to give it a go for themselves - unless it gets blocked, of course.
It's not just Google Stadia, either. Earlier this month, we highlighted a YouTuber who had managed to get NVIDIA's GeForce Now service running through the Edge browser, making it possible to play their Steam games on Xbox. Insane!
Will you be using Microsoft Edge to use Google Stadia? Let us know in the comments below.