Samsung recently introduced not only its new Galaxy S20 and the foldable Galaxy Z Flip, but also announced an interesting collaboration with Microsoft.
Samsung and Microsoft will work on their own "premium cloud-based game streaming experience". The Korean company announced that it was just beg inning a partnership with Microsoft in the gaming field. They work closely together to bring the service to Samsung devices. More information is expected to follow later this year.
Interview with The Verge Microsoft commented on the cooperation between the industry giants: "We have already received positive feedback from Project xCloud testers who have used a number of Galaxy devices and it can only get better if we work closely with Samsung to fine-tune the experience. "
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As part of the presentation, Forza Street for Android was also announced, which will initially be available in Samsung's Galaxy Store. Microsoft is gradually taking plans to become Netflix for games and make its titles available on as many devices as possible. Xbox boss Phil Spencer recently justified why the Xbox Series X will not have any exclusive titles for the launch (>> To the News: Xbox Series X: Therefore there will be no exclusives for the launch).