When Microsoft released the Xbox Game Pass, they openly said they wanted to expand their gaming efforts beyond the console audience, and said there were likely billions of gamers out there.
One way to access gamers who don’t have an Xbox is through the PC, and another way is the cloud, which Microsoft has invested heavily in in recent years. Today, it is possible to play most of the Xbox Game Pass titles on Android, iOS, old laptops, Xbox One, etc. thanks to the streaming technology.
Now, another big step has been taken to increase the number of Xbox Game Pass users, as Microsoft reveals via Xbox Wire They launched a collaboration with Samsung. Starting June 30, all new Samsung TVs will receive the Xbox app built in. All you have to do is “Access the Xbox app from the Samsung Gaming Hub and sign in to your existing Microsoft account” And start playing.
Although Fortnite is free to play, other games require a subscription to Xbox Game Pass. It’s also recommended to use a regular Xbox Series S/X controller in Bluetooth mode to get all orders right (although most Bluetooth controllers will work, including those on PlayStation 5).
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