Microsoft's main goal is to expand the Xbox system and increase access to it. That is why he will do his best to achieve this goal. During this time, Microsoft has made great strides in cloud gaming and the like. As a result, it is getting closer to its main goal every day.
Now the tech giant has announced that it will release the Xbox App for Samsung TVs and smart monitors. Also, this program will be available to users on July 30 (June 30). The release of this App will allow users to Stream more than 100 games via an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. For this reason, the games will be available to more people.
You can Stream many titles using the Xbox program.
The interesting thing is that Fortnite is in the list of titles. The rest of the games require an ultimate subscription. Fortnite will also run without a subscription. "Our main goal is to expand the gaming system and make it accessible to everyone," Phil Spencer said in a recent interview. That's why launching the Xbox App for smart TVs is another step in that direction.
We worked with Samsung on this. Because now the company is the first in the field of television. The company has also been very helpful to the Xbox during this time.
The Xbox App will essentially be added to the Samsung Gameing Hub app, which is available on devices by default. That's why this new project has more of an integration mode. Users can experience many Gimps titles through their Samsung app. Of course, it should be noted that this program does not exist on all Samsung TVs. The devices that support this project are basically Neo QLEDs and QLEDs.