Phil Spencer, the patron of Xbox, we will remember him for a long time in the history of video games who was the first and foremost to believe in gaming without a connected console. The new collaboration with Samsung proves it.
The giant of high-tech products for the home has actually officially welcomed the big X among its own offered services. New platform Streaming for Smart TV: Samsung GamingHub. And it will be the first time in the world.
Thanks to this partnership, Samsung Gaming Hub users will be able to stream access beyond. 100 games High quality via Xbox app with blockbuster titles like Hello Infinite and Forza Horizon 5. Pictures As revealed with the press release, the Xbox is and will be in good company but with some big absences.
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Partnerships between two entertainment giants (those who are productive, those who are productive) take advantage of the famous open source operating system. Tijen, There are advantages to Linux architecture and so on Fast And there are no frills that Samsung plans to use in the future Smartphone But in the meantime there are other devices including some smart watches that run thanks to this operating system.
An operating system that now has the potential to stream from a bit of Microsoft Game pass Xbox games. Working with Samsung is an important milestone for Spencer. ” We want it Anyone Maybe To integrate With great pleasure Community Gaming, and the addition of the Xbox app to smart TVs is another step towards achieving this goal. “ Xbox’s Big Boss announced who then reiterated what his well-established idea is. Spencer, in fact, is a continuation of his situation statement but does not use the expression too much “Expand users Xbox’s“And then again “Increase access Al Gaming And welcome new players to our active community“
So we’re again faced with a word that reminds us that it doesn’t matter to Xbox right now that there are millions of Xbox consoles in the world but a game pass app. Device as much as possible. After all, even the great mother has never been as enlightened as software with Microsoft hardware.