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Microsoft & Samsung Team Up For Cloud Gaming Beta On Galaxy Devices As Part Of Xbox Game Pass

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Ibtehaj Temuri
Ibtehaj Temuri reporting from duty. My interests generally manoeuvre around video games, animation and works of fiction. Love to have a chat and any sort of criticism is worth my while.

Just yesterday, Samsung held its reveal event showcasing the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 in all its glory introducing countless new quirks and features. However, things took an interesting turn when the partnership between Samsung and Microsoft was revealed.

Now Microsoft has been in the gaming industry for quite some time and the Xbox platform has evolved quite a bit especially these past few years. In an attempt to take initiative and debut its cloud gaming infrastructure, Microsoft has teamed up with Samsung allowing a sort of an expansion to what the Xbox Game pass is.

Allowing for over 100+ streamable games in the palm of your hand and being accessible directly from the Galaxy Store, it seems that the Xbox platform is expanding outwards and for good reason. Beginning this September 15th, folks would be able to download the Xbox app from the Galaxy Store and enjoy top tier games anywhere without any strings attached.

As we’ve discussed countless times previously, Microsoft’s strategy to bring in a Game pass to its platform has opened opportunities for both gamers and developers leaving more leeway for enjoyment. Moreover, as we’ve noticed with Google’s Stadia project, cloud gaming is certainly a step towards the right direction especially given how much internet speeds have improved.

Moreover, a special edition gaming bundle would be available for orders for the Galaxy Note 20. Including the new Power A MOGA XP5-X Plus Bluetooth Controller with an attachable phone clip with a three-month Game Pass subscription as a cherry on top. Pre-orders begin today while as far the cloud gaming bundle is concerned, opening up in over 22 markets including North America, Europe and South Korea going live this September 15th.


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