Friday, March 5, 2021

Samsung’s PlayGalaxy Link Game Streaming App Will Launch In September

Must Read

How to Fix Hitman 3 error CE-34878-0 on PS4 and CE-108255-1 on PS5 ?

Hitman 3 has just released and now it is available to download on different platforms like PC, PS4, PS5,...

10 Methods to Fix NVIDIA Driver Crash Issue on Windows 10

Nvidia is one of the largest GPU manufacturer and supplier in the world. If you own a PC, you...

How To Fix Snapchat Not Loading Snaps | Cause and FIX Guide

Snapchat is one of the most popular social media app in recent time. According to some reports which is...
Pravin Kr. Chandra
A mechanical engineer by profession and a gadget freak by passion.

Samsung teased a game streaming service called PlayGalaxy Link, last week at the announcement event of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. This app will allow you to stream PC games to your phone. So, Samsung’s PlayGalaxy Link Game Streaming App will be the first to debut as Google also plans to launch its game streaming platform, Stadia. Google’s Stadia will launch in November while Samsung’s PlayGalaxy Link will launch in September 1st or maybe in the second week.

The app will be available for both Android and Windows 10 PC. It will be free. Samsung joins hand with “Parsec” which is a cloud-based gaming company that will deliver low-latency game streaming. It might be possible that the app will be exclusive to the Note 10 and 10+.

However, In comparison to Google’s stadia, PlayGalaxy link is very much different and it is more similar to Steam Link which recently exited beta. That’s because, much like Steam Link, you’ll be able to mirror games from your PC to your phone.

However,  there is less information available yet and we will let you know when we receive more information about it.

You Might Also Like: –

Source: – 1

Latest News

FIFA 21 Title Update 11.1 has released, Patch Notes on March 4

Electronic Arts has released title update 11.1 for FIFA 21 on March 4. This latest update is available to...

More Articles Like This