CloudX has announced the new Chillstep cloudX stinging core, a cloud gaming device that will let users stream games like the latest Halo 5: Guardians and other games that are optimized for gaming at high settings.
The new device will cost $349.99 at retail.
The company says that the new device is designed to be used for games like “the best Halo 5 game, Halo 5 Champions,” which will run at 60 frames per second.
Chillstep will be available for preorder from October 16th.
The company will have a few more announcements related to the new stinger as it gets closer to launch, but it’s pretty clear that it will have something pretty cool for fans of the Halo series.
This is the second stinger from CloudX to hit the market in a couple of months.
The original Chillstep was released back in June, and the new one comes a couple months after that.
It has a smaller footprint than the first stinger, and it has a bigger battery.
Both devices come with a micro SD card slot, but the second one has a slightly different size.
CloudX says that both devices will run on NVIDIA GPUs, but neither will support AMD’s Polaris GPUs, as they are not officially supported.
Cloud X also has a few new accessories on the way.
One of them is a new streaming controller called Chillstep Pro.
It will be priced at $49.99 and will be shipping on October 18th.
The other is the Chillstep CloudX Wireless Gaming Headset.
It comes with Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0 and a 2-year warranty.
We’re still waiting on a launch date for the Chillsteppers, but this is a pretty solid start for CloudX.
We’ve reached out to CloudX for further details and will update this article if we get a response.