We pointed out yesterday that Microsoft had begun rolling out a brand-new Microsoft Edge app to Xbox Insiders in the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring, and an interesting note is that Google Stadia actually works on it (thanks VGC).
The new app is the Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge, and fans have been testing all sorts of cloud streaming services including Google Stadia, and so far Stadia has been receiving some positive feedback:
"I just did a quick test and yes, Stadia works, did a quick test with Destiny and it plays as good as it does when running Chrome on PC."
As previously mentioned, the app is only currently available to a select number of Xbox Insiders for now, and it reportedly has "a lot of things that don't work yet", so it might be a while before it rolls out to the public.
Ultimately though, we're just glad to finally be getting a brand-new internet browser after six years of using the very outdated Microsoft Edge app for Xbox One. Let's hope we don't have to wait too long for a full release!
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