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Xbox has been discussing bringing the Game Pass Ultimate library to smart TVs for at least one year, and it's now coming in 2022. The Xbox app will hit this year's range of Samsung smart TVs and monitors on June 30, allowing Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to play games in the cloud without additional hardware, aside from a Bluetooth-connected gamepad. Even a PlayStation controller will work.
Around 2022 Samsung smart TV models will have game-streaming capabilities, such as Google Stadia and NVIDIA's GeForce Now. Samsung launched a new Gaming Hub for its TVs in January, putting these cloud services at the forefront and the Xbox app is scheduled to join them. Xbox is an important player in cloud gaming, with more than 25 million Game Pass subscribers. However it is not the case that all of them are at the Ultimate Level, which grants streaming capabilities.
The Game Pass Ultimate library offers hundreds of games to stream, and Xbox has made it a point that its top first-party titles are available on the service from day one. On Samsung devices, the Xbox app will work with Bluetooth headsets and gamepads like the Xbox Wireless Controller and PlayStation's DualShock 4 and DualSense.
Xbox has not yet provided any updates to the dedicated streaming device, which it claimed it was working on last year, in conjunction with the smart TV app.
Xbox has plans to launch more exciting games for Game Pass in the coming months. The company is set to offer Ultimate subscribers the option of streaming selected games that they purchased outside of the Game Pass library. It's not clear how this will function. It is likely to apply to titles that leave Game Pass but remain within the Xbox ecosystem. However it could also apply to games from third-party vendors.
In response to a request for clarification, an Xbox spokesperson said, "Later this year, it's our intent to launch the capability for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to play games from the cloud that you already own or purchased outside of the Xbox Game Pass library. We'll have more to share on the games that will be supported through Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) over the course of the next year."
On June 9th, Xbox will bring cloud gaming to Argentina and New Zealand. This includes access to the Xbox streaming library as well as Fortnite. Epic Games partnered with Xbox to bring Fortnite to Xbox Cloud Gaming. It's free to play without a subscription. At the time, Xbox said it was interested in adding other free-to-play titles to its cloud network.
In the next year or in the next few years, Xbox plans to test out the system that allows multiple profiles to play simultaneously under a single Game Pass subscription. It will be tested in Colombia, Ireland, and Xbox executives see it as to be a "potential enhancement" to Game Pass.
Finally, Game Pass will soon include game demos. In the coming year, Xbox will start rolling out curated, bite-sized bits of upcoming games in Game Pass, allowing subscribers to test these titles at no cost and provide feedback to developers. The program will concentrate on independent games first, and Xbox said developers will be compensated for participating and all the effort involved in creating a demo won't go unfunded. Project Moorcroft is the name of the demo program. There's no confirmation on whether a Minecraft Project Moorcroft demo will ever drop however it's fun to say that regardless.
Time-limited, free game demos are among the benefits of the new PlayStation Plus subscription service, which will be competing directly with Game Pass. The new PS Plus will go live on June 13th. Premium is the highest priced level of the service, gives access to 700 games from the PS Now library and cloud play for certain games from earlier PlayStation versions. just another wordpress site from Sony does not support native streaming on mobile devices such as Xbox's, and will not include first-party games at launch.
After news broke that Sony was making it mandatory for certain game developers to create and release two-hour demos, without plans to reward the developers for their work, Sony received negative press. Xbox stated that it will pay developers to build demos.
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