Samsung is a well-reputed name when it comes to technology. Another such name is Microsoft. Though Microsoft is far behind from Samsung in the smartphone business, otherwise, Microsoft isn’t far back. Especially in the field of video games, Microsoft has been one of the leaders of the company. “Xbox” is a tern that every gamer and non-gamer is aware of. It is created and owned by Microsoft.
Recent tech news talks of a partnership between Samsung and Microsoft to enhance the gaming experience better than ever. Soon after Samsung released its Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z-flip smartphones on 11th Feb, the company also announced broadening relations with Microsoft. The idea is to create a cloud-based game stream service. That means users can even expect xCloud appearing in the Samsung smartphones soon.
Microsoft and Samsung partners on Xbox cloud-based game console
Samsung’s US marketing head has remarked this partnership as just the beginning. This included the announcement of Microsoft’s Forza Street Game for Samsung’s Galaxy devices. He even confirmed the idea of the cloud-based streaming experience. With Samsung’s 5G enabled smartphone models and Microsoft’s rich history in gaming platforms, it doesn’t seem to be impossible.
On the other side, Microsoft confirmed the partnership as well. Both companies are cautious about spilling the beans thoroughly. Microsoft has just confirmed that they are impressed by the response to the cloud idea that they had. This might be very motivating in the coming days and can help to revolutionize the gaming experience.
Microsoft is expected to fully launch its xCloud game streaming completely along with PC streaming and PS4 controller support. As of now, xCloud is an open beta and on a series of complete improvement daily. Microsoft plans to take this much beyond the US, UK, and Korea.
The gaming community is expanding every day, and so is the number of smartphone users. Microsoft and Samsung seem to help merge them both with their new xCloud idea. Only a matter of time until it is released officially. Gamers can expect this to be a completely different experience.