Samsung is announcing new ways for gamers to enjoy game streaming with the arrival of new partners, the expansion of access to Cloud Gaming on Samsung 2021 TV models, as well as the availability of games in 4K.
Antstream and Blacknut join Samsung’s streaming game offer in 2023
Antstream Arcade is the world’s leading cloud gaming service. It gives players access to over 1,500 iconic games, plus new multiplayer challenges and tournaments every week. Owners of compatible Samsung TVs will soon be able to compete against their friends and the global community in the best games from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, from Pac-Man to Mortal Kombat and Metal Slug.
“Antstream Arcade is convinced that bringing together the games of yesterday and tomorrow will move the industry into a new era of video games,” said Steve Cottam, CEO of Antstream Arcade. “What better exemplifies this belief than retro arcade games played on Samsung’s most advanced Smart TVs? Streaming gaming gives gamers more opportunities to enjoy the games they love, or the classics they can rediscover.”
With a growing catalog of over 500 premium games for PC and consoles, Blacknut2’s Cloud Gaming subscription service offers the largest unlimited access to TV gaming content. Blacknut offers a “click and play” experience, allowing up to five players to play simultaneously on a compatible smartphone, PC or Smart TV. Blacknut’s catalog is aimed at regular or occasional members of the same household and offers a wide range of titles ranging from classic AAA games to the most popular indie games, including narrative adventure games and strategy games. , not to mention the richest collection of racing and sports games. Blacknut members can access blockbuster licenses such as Metro Exodus and Overcooked, as well as an extensive collection of Disney games. Game streaming services from Antstream and Blacknut will be offered from 2023 to owners of 2021, 2022 and 2023 Samsung TVs.
“When Samsung Gaming Hub launched earlier this year on 2022 TV models, the first question we were asked was, ‘When will game streaming come to my 2021 TV?’ “. Today we are happy to announce to our die-hard fans that they will be able to play the games they love before the end of this year,” said Mike Lucero, Director of Gaming Products within the Business team. Samsung Electronics North America Service. “With any Bluetooth gamepad and an internet connection, millions of gamers will be able to access a vast library of games ranging from the best AAA games to the hottest retro and indie games, directly through partner apps on Smart TV 2021. Samsung TVs will thus become the benchmark for streaming gaming”. Once available, the various game apps can be downloaded from their TV’s app store.
4K gaming available on Samsung Smart TVs via NVIDIA GeForce NOW
This offer, which will be launched in a few weeks, will allow GeForce NOW gamers to enjoy PC games in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second natively on Samsung’s 2021 and 2022 Smart TVs without downloading, installing, patching or updating. GeForce NOW premium subscription6 is required for an enhanced experience including 4K resolution, higher refresh rate, RTX ON, priority access to NVIDIA game servers, and longer eight-hour sessions.