Samsung's game streaming service arrives in September: as is PlayGalaxy Link

Samsung's game streaming service arrives in September: as is PlayGalaxy Link

PlayGalaxy Link

Although the arrival of the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + almost completely eclips their presentation, Samsung took advantage of the Unpacked held on August 7 to announce PlayGalaxy Link, your video game streaming platform aimed at competing with services such as Google Stadia or Microsoft Project xCloud, although the solution reminds us more of the Steam Link tool.

And now, shortly after the presentation, Samsung has confirmed that PlayGalaxy Link be available throughout the next month of September, allowing first of all the buyers of one of the new members of the Note10 series access your computer games from your mobile.

Samsung PlayGalaxy Link allow you to run games from your computer on your mobile

Not much is known yet about this new service created by Samsung, beyond what was revealed on the day of the presentation of the Galaxy Note10. The company, however, has wanted share a video which shows the operation of PlayGalaxy Link, which will be available in September for the new models. To use it, Samsung enable the download of a application on both Android and Windows.

According to TechCrunch, Samsung will have collaborated with Parsec, a firm specialized in the development of technologies for streaming video games in the cloud, to create a platform of this type that stands out for its reduced response time when playing

Also note that be a totally free service, although in a first phase it will be necessary to have bought a Samsung Galaxy Note10 or Note10 +. Later, however, it is expected to expand its compatibility with the other models in the Samsung catalog.

On the other hand, in the images and videos that are part of the official promotional material created by Samsung, the company shows a controller designed to be compatible with Galaxy Note series models. It is one of the last models of the Glap firm, whose main attraction is the possibility of holding up to 10 hours on a single charge. This driver can now be purchased at regular stores like Amazon.

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