Last month it became clear that Samsung is entering the game streaming market with its own service called PlayGalaxy Link. Unlike the xCloud and Google Stadia designs, the Samsung platform is not a cloud service. Instead, Samsung phone owners can stream games from their own PCs on the road.
Let's imagine that we play on a PC and continue playing on a smartphone without the need to store it in the memory of a mobile device. Importantly, PlayGalaxy Link is a free service – at least for now. Through it we can:
- Play PC titles over any network: We can connect to a PC via Wi-Fi or a 4G / 5G mobile network.
- Create your own game library: We can create a library of titles that we have installed on the PC.
- Use Bluetooth controllers and an on-screen keyboard: PlayGalaxy Link supports Bluetooth controllers, mice and keyboards. We can also play using personalized screen keys.
- Use the Wake on Lan function: Wake on LAN allows you to turn on the computer over a local LAN.
- Use the glap controller: This is an optimized Bluetooth gaming controller for Galaxy phones.
What are the hardware and system requirements?
- AXIS: Windows 10
- GPU: NVIDIA GPU NVIDIA GTX 1060 or higher, AMD Radeon RX 550 or higher
- CPU: Intel Core i5 or higher
- RAM: DDR4 8GB
- AP: Gigabit router
- Phone: GALAXY NOTE 10 / 10+ (other models coming soon)
- AXIS: Android 9.0 (PIE) or higher
To start playing, download the PlayGalaxy Link application for PC and phone, both of them log in to the same Samsung account, select our PC and press START to connect to it, and then select the game that we want to stream.
Download the PC application from Samsung website, and for phones – from the Galaxy Store.
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