Microsoft launching Xbox games in Samsung smart TVs

From June 30, Microsoft Corp. will make numerous Xbox games available on Samsung’s 2022 smart TVs, a huge step toward enticing gamers who don’t own a console.

Subscribers to Xbox’s cloud-gaming service will be able to play more than 100 titles on the TVs, which will be compatible with common bluetooth-enabled controllers, according to Microsoft.

“Halo Infinite” and “Forza Horizon 5” are among the titles that will be accessible on the new TVs, and the Xbox console will not be required to play them.

In 2021, Xbox began collaborating with major television makers in order to bring its games to more devices and expand its subscription-based service, Xbox Game Pass.

In 2018, it began broadcasting games on Android smartphones.

 

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