If there’s one thing that marks this golden age for Xbox, it’s its positioning and initiative to bring its ecosystem to any medium anyway. If you have a computer, you can play games on it. If you don’t have a very powerful computer, your cloud gaming is at your fingertips. If you like console style, there’s also the Xbox One and Series. But what if you don’t have any of the above and still want to play? Well, Phil Spencer and his men thought about it too.
Because now, thanks to an agreement between the Microsoft and Samsung TV brands, you can already play all your Xbox cloud games with the TV app and a Bluetooth controller. That’s it.
All thanks toSamsung Gaming Huba streaming video game platform where gamers can find all Xbox, NVIDIA GeForce NOW and Google Stadia games to play with their Samsung TV without downloading anything.
Of course, Samsung Game Center with the Xbox app installed is currently only available on Samsung Smart TV 2022 models, so it will still take time to expand beyond this new model. Also, you’ll still need a console controller with Bluetooth (Dualsense also works, by the way), and games other than Fortnite, which is available for free, require a subscription to Game Pass Ultimate to launch directly from the cloud to your TV.
What do you think of this idea, do you think in the future physical consoles will disappear and everything will be connected by the cloud?