Microsoft has been working hard to improve its Xbox Cloud Gaming service, which allows gamers to play games without being restricted by their hardware. People in eligible countries may now play games on the go, using their browsers, phones, and even their Xbox consoles, thanks to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Microsoft is taking things a step further today by making Xbox Cloud Gaming available on certain Smart TVs.
From June 30, you can play Xbox games on your Samsung Smart TV without a console
Essentially, this removes the console from the equation completely. All people will need is a Samsung Smart TV, stable internet connection, and a controller. The Xbox app will be accessible from the Samsung Gaming Hub. Once you sign into your Microsoft account, you can either jump directly into Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (if you’re already a subscriber), or sign up for $1 to immediately get access to over a hundred titles. As it stands, Xbox Cloud Gaming is available in 27 countries, with the latest additions being Argentina and New Zealand.
Microsoft has entered a partnership with Samsung for this endeavor, which means that Samsung Smart TVs will be able to take advantage of Xbox Cloud Gaming through the Xbox app. The app is coming to Samsung Smart TVs on June 30 and Microsoft has hinted at further expansion through partnerships with other TV manufacturers in due course.
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