Samsung Smart TVs launched from 2021 will start receiving support for Xbox Cloud Gaming

Some Samsung Smart TVs from 2021 will offer cloud gaming thanks to Xbox, and the Xbox streaming app now includes support for controller rumble. The remainder of 2022 will see the rollout of support for Samsung TVs from 2021. Select TV owners will have access to a TV-based search and download feature for the Xbox App. Any Bluetooth-capable controller, whether it has the Xbox logo or not, can be connected to your TV.

You must have an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription in order to watch the majority of titles. If you don’t currently have a subscription, you can sign up within the application. However, you can play Fortnite for free if you simply want to try out the programme. On Samsung’s official website, you may check to see if your TV is compatible and learn how to download the update.

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On June 30, 2022, the Samsung Gaming Hub went live, allowing you to stream games from their 2022 TVs. It appears to operate fairly well if you have fast enough internet. At first, a feature that is now commonplace in video games, having your controller rumble along with activities on the screen, was not available. Both the 2021 and 2022 TVs will have rumble support by the end of the year.

Samsung is launching a similar Christmas sale as well. You can get an Xbox Controller and three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for free if you buy a Samsung QN85B, QN90B, QN95B, QN800B, QN850B, QN900B, or S95B TV through the end of the year.

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