Samsung is joining the video game streaming trend. But she does not intend to compete with current platforms, but rather to associate with them, group them in one place.
Samsung Game Centeras the name suggests, is a hub, meeting point where major cloud gaming platforms are groupedand other related applications. With a conspicuous absence.
From one place you can access game streaming services Xbox Cloud Gaming, Google Stadia, GeForce NOW and Utomik. Also in the US is Amazon Luna. There are all the important ones except Sony PlayStation NOW. Something logical, because Sony is a direct competitor in the TV market. Watch the video to see how it works:
FROM Samsung Game Center you connect all kinds of gamepads and headsets, via Bluetooth. After paying the appropriate fee for each service (although there is free content), you can access Xbox Cloud Gaming, Google Stadia, and more from one place. Games will run right on your TV, with no need for other hardware.
In addition to these platforms to play on the Hub, you will also find additional services such as Twitch, Spotify or YouTube. The news and recommendations section from experts will recommend games and news.
“The Samsung Gaming Hub combines Samsung’s leadership in streaming technology with our expertise in designing state-of-the-art hardware so people can play without limits.”, explained Won-Jin Lee, president and head of the service business group at Samsung Electronics.
“Through agreements with our partners, Samsung Gaming Hub contains the content of the main game streaming services and allows you to access the recommendations of experts and players who will be able to browse and discover a wide and constantly updated catalog of video games, regardless of platform.“.
at the moment, Samsung Game Center available only in Samsung TVs in the 2022 lineupnew monitors Neo QLED 8K, Neo QLED 4K, QLED and Samsung Smart Monitor.
It is true that the aforementioned game streaming platforms can be accessed separately, in apps available for all Smart TVs. But Samsung guarantees that in the range of 2022. optimized the hardware to get the most out of your streaming game.
“Samsung TVs and monitors use faster decoding technology and optimized buffer management that reduces latency by more than 30% on average compared to previous models.“, – explained in a press release.
For more information, please visit the Samsung Gaming Hub website.
Source: Computer Hoy