Samsung's Note 20 and Tab S7 gaming bundles include 3 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

Samsung is working with Microsoft to bring xCloud to its devices.

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate will allow for Galaxy Note 20 users to stream Xbox games to their phone through Microsoft's Cloud. 


Samsung's powerful Note series has focused on gaming in recent years, with the trend continuing Wednesday for the company's newest Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra

During its latest Unpacked event, Samsung revealed details of a new partnership with Microsoft for a gaming bundle that includes three free months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and a Bluetooth controller. The new offer is available to people who preorder one of the company's new Note 20 phones or its new Tab S7 tablet.


Samsung's gaming bundle includes a Bluetooth Xbox controller and three free months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.  


Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which normally costs $15 a month, is Microsoft's subscription service that includes Xbox Live as well as access to over a hundred Xbox games. A Game Pass subscription is also required for using Project xCloud which allows you to stream Xbox games over the internet and play them on a phone or tablet. 

Watch this: First Look: Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra

Those who get the bundle will be ready to use xCloud when it launches on Sept. 15