Xbox Game Pass games will be soon streamed directly on the 2022 Samsung Smart TVs
Notwithstanding the Xbox game streaming gadget that is coming to market within the following a half year – Microsoft will soon let 2022 Samsung TV proprietors stream their Game Pass games directly through their TVs without the requirement for a game console! Declared on Twitter and on its official blog, over 100 cloud games, including Fortnite (Gamepass Ultimate), will be open at the click of a button.
The organization says that playing its games will be essentially as consistent as using some other streaming app on your TV and that opening the Samsung Gaming Hub or Media Hub and signing into your current Microsoft account after basically interfacing a Bluetooth controller will be the only steps necessary.
This update will be dropping in a little more than seven days on June 30, 2022, and it’s really the first partnership in what Microsoft desires to extend to other TV hardware makers later on. You can get everything rolling when the app becomes available on your 2022 Samsung TV by signing up for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for only $1 for the initial 30 days.
Notwithstanding the Xbox Wireless controller being supported (obviously), the Xbox Adaptive Controller, Elite Series 2, and, surprisingly, the Sony PlayStation DualSense will work with the streaming app! Some of the games advertised incorporate A Plague Tale: Innocence, Hades, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction.