Samsung is launching its gaming hub for its 2022 smart TVs and monitors today. The hub brings together the best game streaming apps into a single location, with quick access to Nvidia’s GeForce Now, Google Stadia, Utomik, Twitch, and Microsoft’s new Xbox TV app. Even Amazon Luna will be available soon, neatly integrated into the Samsung Gaming Hub UI.
Samsung intends to bring cloud gaming to the forefront by allowing all companies, including Amazon Luna later this year, to co-exist on one platform. It’s free to access the hub, but you’ll need to subscribe to the different cloud gaming options to access them.
GeForce Now is inching closer and closer to being in the public eye. The service simulates a PC environment with the latest and greatest from Nvidia’s arsenal powering them.
Mostly focused on PC gaming, it is slowly introducing different ways to play outside of a controller or mouse and keyboard, and bringing touch controls to Fortnite after Apple banned it from iOS in their feud with Epic Games.