Great news for Samsung Galaxy users who enjoy gaming on their mobile phones. In recent years, cloud gaming has seen significant improvements, and now Samsung is joining the Cloud gaming service on Mobile. This service will be exclusively available for Samsung Galaxy mobile and won’t be available on PC and console.
According to a report from the popular South Korean news site Hankyung, Samsung’s cloud gaming is set to arrive on Galaxy phones by this month. This service will be free but supported by ads, as Samsung aims to increase revenue with the new service.
The Cloud Gaming from Samsung is already available in beta in the USA and Canada. And from the report, Samsung will launch the service to the public at the upcoming Samsung Developer Conference 2023 on October 5.
The Cloud gaming service will be accessible from the Game Launcher which is available on Galaxy phones out of the box. This makes sense because from here you can also access additional game settings available for your device. Samsung’s Mobile Cloud Gaming service will work just like other cloud gaming services which means you will be able to play games without installing them to your device. Also you should be able to resume the game where you left off.
Currently in the early beta, there are total seven games from Playrix and Snow Print Studios. Of course more games will be added regularly just like we see on other cloud gaming services. I think the success of the new cloud gaming will depend on the quality of games available in the service as well as the number of games.
With the Samsung Developer Conference event just two days away, we’ll soon have more information about what Samsung has in store for us regarding cloud gaming.
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