Xbox, Stadia, And GeForce Now Streaming All Included In The Launch Of Samsung’s Gaming TV Centre

    Xbox, Stadia, And GeForce Now Streaming All Included In The Launch Of Samsung's Gaming TV Centre

    In preparation for its 2022 smart TVs and monitors, Samsung is introducing its gaming centre today. The centre provides easy access to Nvidia’s GeForce Now, Google Stadia, Utomik, Twitch, and Microsoft’s new Xbox TV app, as well as the top game streaming services in one place. Even Amazon Luna, which is seamlessly incorporated into the Samsung Gaming Hub UI, will be accessible shortly.

    However, the gaming centre serves as more than just a starting place for cloud gaming. The hub will have passthrough controller ports so you can use a single controller rather than needing to couple numerous ones, as well as HDMI-connected video game consoles. Popular Bluetooth controllers and headphones will therefore function with a variety of apps, services, and devices via the Samsung Gaming Hub.

    The biggest brand-new addition to the gaming centre is the Xbox TV app from Microsoft. The Xbox app, which provides access to Xbox Cloud Gaming, is now only available on the Samsung Gaming Hub, in contrast to Stadia, GeForce Now, and Twitch, which are all available on a variety of TVs. Fortnite may be streamed for free, but Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription is required to play more than 100 games.

    Nvidia is launching the gaming centre along with the addition of select titles to its GeForce Now service. Alaloth: Champions of The Four Kingdoms, Disgaea 6 Complete, Card Shark, KartKraft, Hotline Miami, and NASCAR 21: Ignition are all now playable.