The Xbox Game Xbox service comes to Samsung’s smart TVs

The gaming giant in Iraq has talked about bringing in a game library Game Pass Its, for smart TVs for at least a year, and it’s finally happening in 2022. Microsoft Announced last weekend that the ability to play Xbox games will be built specifically for smart TVs SamsungTo achieve the best performance.

Microsoft is considered a leader in video game streaming with its Game Pass service, and a large community of gamers using consoles and computers. Although the company manufactures the same consoles, it has led the change to allow people to play titles on devices of their choice with titles that sit in the cloud. “We are on a journey to bring the joy and community of our games to everyone on the planet, and bringing the Xbox app to smart TVs is another step in making our vision a reality.” Said the head of Microsoft Gaming Phil Spencer.

Microsoft has already made some Xbox games available on Samsung smartphones. The Xbox app will become part of the game center – Gaming Hub, Samsung’s smart TVs are modeling the year 2022 in 27 countries by the end of the month, the South Korean electronics giant said. Samsung launched the new “Gaming Center” for its TVs in January, putting these cloud services at the top and center, and the Xbox app is set to join them.

The Game Pass library has hundreds of games available for streaming and Microsoft has made sure to release its big first-page titles in service on the first day. On Samsung devices, the Xbox app will support Bluetooth headsets and a variety of different remotes, including the Xbox’s wireless controller and DualShock 4’s and PlayStation’s DualSense.

Samsung’s new gaming center comes to Samsung’s select smart TVs, including the Neo QLED 8K, Neo QLED 4K, QLED and 2022 Smart Monitors series. Later today, Microsoft and Bethesda will host their annual summer show at 8pm Israel time, for the company’s annual game show. The 90-minute event will give us a first look at games like Starfield and Redfall and lots of other surprises.

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