Samsung’s new 2022 TVs reveals Nvidia GeForce Now and Google Stadia gaming

    Samsung has released the new lineup of such smart TVs at CES 2022 today, containing the features like exotic at CES 2022 today. It is containing the features like exotic as it has been powered by radio wave remote controls and also shows the support for NFTs. They also have happened to be the first Samsung has set in a while to let you will play triple-A video games belonging to the cloud instead of just your Xbox, PlayStation, or PC.

    After teasing the vague in October, now Samsung has been confirmed that the “select” 2022 model will be explicitly offered such access to Nvidia’s GeForce Now,  Google Stadia, and the Utomik cloud gaming service as a part of the latest “Samsung Gaming hub”, there is also a user interface that is intending by Samsung for expanding such additional services like it.

    Samsung's 2022 smart TVs support cloud gaming via Google Stadia, Nvidia  GeForce Now - SamMobile

    This new Samsung’s Gaming hub is not just for cloud gaming, the company confirms that your HDMI-connected video game consoles become part of it with complete pass-through controller inputs. It indicates you might get access to play cloud games and also several consoles games with that exact controller.

    It indicates that you might be able to play cloud games and also the console games with the exact controller or maybe pair back and forth along with both promising the PlayStation and Xbox controllers support to launch. It also has promised, “ AI Gaming technology” and it will create curated game recommendations on the TV’s home screen.

    Samsung's new 2022 TVs bring Nvidia GeForce Now and Google Stadia gaming -  Flipboard

    The facts are quite interesting to see TV manufactures embracing such cloud gaming again, after a bit of the lapse. When LG and Samsung both have competed for such rights for streaming games from Gaikai and OnLive back in 2012. Now Samsung TV has offered Sony’s PlayStation between 2015 and 2017. It is that only winter that LG and Samsung are returning I the game with Nvidia and Google services.

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