Microsoft’s New Xbox TV App Will Allow Players To Stream Games Without A Console

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Microsoft has announced the release date of its Xbox TV app 30th June, which will allow users to play Xbox games without a game console. The company has collaborated with Samsung to bring the new Xbox gaming experience to the manufacturer’s smart TVs in 2022. The new TV app will be available in 27 countries. Microsoft notes that the Xbox app will first be available on Samsung smart TVs, and that it plans to explore other TV partnerships in the future.

According to the company, playing Xbox games on 2022 Samsung smart TVs provides Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members with instant access to over 100 cloud-enabled games, including Xbox Game Studios titles, on the day they are released. Even if you’re not a subscriber, you’ll be able to stream Fortnite for free.

You can begin playing by accessing the new app through the Samsung Gaming Hub and logging into your existing Microsoft account. If you’re new to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you can sign up in-app. Connect your Bluetooth-enabled controller, such as the Xbox Wireless Controller, Xbox Adaptive Controller, Elite Series 2 Controller, or DualSense controller, next.

Microsoft notes that if you’re new to gaming, this is a simple way to get started without purchasing a PC or a console. Today’s announcement shows that Microsoft is interested in increasing revenue through gaming content and services rather than just console sales.

As part of today’s announcement, Microsoft also revealed that later this year, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members will be able to play games they already own or have purchased outside of the Xbox Game Pass library from the cloud.

Microsoft also revealed the first details of Project Microsoft, a programme that will provide curated demos of upcoming games to Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Project Microsoft will launch within the next year, initially focusing on giving independent developers a chance to generate buzz for their games. Developers who participate in the programme will be able to track the performance of their demos while also being compensated.

Today’s announcement comes as Microsoft has been total budget on Game Pass, having acquired large video game publishers such as Activision Blizzard and Bethesda for $68.7 billion and $7.5 billion, respectively.

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