Microsoft has just announced the launch of its new Xbox app for Samsung 2022 smart TVs, which allows gamers to enjoy hundreds of cloud-enabled Xbox Game Pass titles like Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, and Microsoft Flight Simulator without an Xbox console. .

Starting today, in 27 countries, you can turn on your Samsung 2022 Smart TV, access the Xbox app in the new Samsung Gaming Hub or Media Hub, connect your Bluetooth controller and play. It’s as easy as using any other streaming app on your TV.

Here’s what you need to play Xbox games on Samsung smart TVs:

  • One of Samsung’s 2022 smart TVs.
  • An Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership.
  • If you don’t have a subscription, you can play Fortnite for free.
  • Any Bluetooth-enabled controller, such as the Xbox Wireless Controller, Xbox Adaptive Controller, Elite Series 2 Controller, or DualSense Controller.

To access the Xbox app on a 2022 Samsung smart TV, visit Samsung’s new game hub or go to the Samsung app store and search for “Xbox” to download the app to your TV.

For more details on Xbox Cloud Gaming, check out this link.

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