Microsoft‘s Xbox Cloud Gaming, Nvidia’s GeForce Now, and other game streaming services are now more accessible on Samsung’s older smart TV models. Select 2021 Samsung smart TVs will come with apps for Xbox Cloud Gaming, Amazon Luna, GeForce Now, and Utomik starting next week and rolling out throughout the rest of the year.
Earlier this year, Samsung introduced a gaming TV gateway for its 2022 smart TVs and monitors that gave users access to Stadia, GeForce Now, and Xbox Cloud Gaming. “The most frequent query we got was ‘when is cloud gaming coming to my 2021 TV?’ when Samsung Gaming Hub launched earlier this year on 2022 TV models.
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Moreover, Samsung is releasing over-the-air upgrades to some 2021 or later smart TVs starting on Wednesday and continuing through the end of the year. The action is a part of Samsung’s marketing campaign for the new “Gaming Hub” that will be featured on TVs starting in 2022. Several video game streaming services, including Xbox Game Pass, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Utomik, are supported by the latest firmware. Additionally, in 2023, Blacknut and Antstream will be joining as new partners.
When Samsung Gaming Hub launched earlier this year on 2022 TV models, people frequently asked “when is game streaming coming to my 2021 TV”, according to Mike Lucero, head of product for gaming at Samsung.
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When GeForce Now launches in the coming weeks, subscribers will enjoy playing PC games from the comfort of their living rooms. In addition, 4K at up to 60 frames per second, RTX On, priority server access, and eight-hour session lengths are available to premium subscribers.
List of devices that will support the cloud gaming apps
The complete list of 2021 models that will work with these cloud gaming apps is as follows: