Along with the introduction of new flagships Galaxy Note10 Samsung also briefly introduced a new game streaming platform called PlayGalaxy Link.
Use PlayGalaxy Link to connect your smartphone to a computer (WiFi, mobile data) where you have your favorite games installed. You can then stream / transfer them to your smartphone to control the selected titles.
The system supports third-party Bluetooth drivers, including mice and keyboards. PlayGalaxy Link however, it recommends the Glap accessory – a gaming controller specifically designed for Samsung smartphones Galaxy.
It is important to note that PlayGalaxy Link is just starting its user journey in restricted mode. Freshly released apps are available in beta and are supported only flag ships Note10 and Note10 +. Support for previously released smartphones, e.g. Note9 a Galaxy S10, will be available later.
They can also try PlayGalaxy Link only players from the US and South Korea. But streaming will also be available in many other countries, but we just have to wait.
Players will need two applications to use PlayGalaxy Link. One for computer with Windows 10 and the other for your smartphone. Players must own a more powerful computer. The minimum is an Intel i5 processor, 8 GB of memory, NVIDIA GTX 1060 graphics and better, and AMD Radeon RX 550 and better, respectively.
Users download the smartphone client from the Samsung store Galaxy Store. Streaming level can be customized. In the application, you set the type of transfer, whether to transmit sound or vibration, choose the maximum resolution, the maximum data transferred per second, or activate the virtual buttons.
It is difficult to assess whether this type of gaming will be attractive to users. This will depend not only on the quality of transmission and control, but also on the type of games users are inclined to. Hardcore players will probably continue to sit behind their big screens.
We don't know when PlayGalaxy Link will be available in our country at the moment. If they do, of course. Preview below.