Samsung is Preparing to Enter Cloud Gaming Service Competing Against Google, Microsoft, Nvidia. Samsung wants to launch a cloud gaming service to compete with Google Stadia, Nvidia GeForce NOW, and Xbox Game Pass. Cloud gaming has evolved from a pipe dream to a bustling market where Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Nvidia, and Sony battle for gamer attention all over the world. Even Nintendo, which is notorious for purposely falling behind in technology, has permitted several cloud-based games, such as Control and Kingdom Hearts, to be played on the Nintendo Switch.
Samsung hasn’t revealed much about their Cloud Gaming Platform so far, other than the fact that it will be available on Tizen TVs. It is unclear whether parts of the world will have access to the Cloud Game Platform, as certain countries, such as India, have yet to experience cloud gaming at its best.
During the developer conference, there was very little information on the platform, such as B. which controllers players may use when Samsung’s Cloud Game Platform would be released, or how much it will cost. Samsung’s Ju-Hyun Choi said in a separate interview that the service’s purpose is to “allow people to play the latest games on their Samsung Smart TV.” It appears that there are no plans to introduce this service to Samsung phones or other devices in the near future.
Cloud gaming solves a slew of issues and is unquestionably one of the most promising gaming prospects currently available. It’s a no-brainer for any gamer because it eliminates install/download times, removes hardware requirements, and provides a lot of value with its subscription service model. It’ll be fascinating to see what kinds of games Samsung’s Cloud Game Platform offers in the future, and whether it’s aiming to compete with GeForce Now and xCloud or provide an entirely new service.