Back in August, we had mentioned that Samsung’s P2P gaming, PlayGalaxy Link will be launching soon and today Samsung announced the beta availability of this application. PlayGalaxy Link is a streaming service available from the Galaxy Store on the Galaxy Note10 that allows you to bring your PC games with you on the go. PlayGalaxy Link allows you to stream your game library to your device if you already have a powerful PC.
PlayGalaxy Link lets you enjoy uninterrupted gaming as you can connect to your games on PC using the app and data connection and pick up right where you left off in the game. PlayGalaxy Link is designed with a P2P connection that provides better performance without a relay server. The service also uses Adaptive FPS to ensure better connectivity even in poor network environments.
Without the need for local storage or graphics performance, you get high-fidelity gaming while only using about as much battery as streaming video. Since PlayGalaxy Link uses a PC to power your gaming session, the Galaxy Note10 avoids becoming hot and dropping frame rates as a result. PlayGalaxy Link is also compatible with all graphics card manufacturers, allowing you to get the best experience out of their gaming stations when linked to the app.
How to setup PlayGalaxy Link?
Getting started with PlayGalaxy Link is easy. All you have to do to get set up is install the PlayGalaxy Link app on both your PC and Galaxy Note10, add your games, and then start streaming.
Since the app uses your computer to stream games, the bulk of the processing is done on your computer. As a result, the better the specs your computer has, the better your PlayGalaxy Link experience will be.
The PlayGalaxy Link Beta has launched and is now available in South Korea, US, UK, Canada, Italy, the Netherlands, France, Singapore, and Russia. In addition to the Galaxy Note10, Galaxy S10 owners can now download the MR software update to access PlayGalaxy Link. The update will be coming to the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note9, and Galaxy A90 in early December 2019.
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