Samsung is currently focusing on increasing the sales of the Galaxy Z series, and it seems that it wants to produce exclusive games for the Fold series. A new report claims that the South Korean giant has partnered with major companies like Epic Games and Crafton to develop games for these foldable phones.
According to the publication Hankyung, Samsung is apparently working with several international companies to make exclusive games for the Galaxy Z Fold phones. This action is likely to increase the sales of foldable phones and differentiate between Galaxy products and other foldable phones from brands such as Xiaomi, Honor and Oppo.
What companies is Samsung likely to cooperate with to produce the game?
Apparently, Samsung’s research unit has formed gaming teams in China, South Korea, the UK, and Ukraine to produce exclusive content for the Galaxy Z Fold and Flip with the help of game studios. According to this report, companies such as Epic Games, Kakao Games, Crafton, NCSoft, Nexon, Pearl, Smilegate and Abyss are going to work on new games and optimization of existing games.
These games can display the controls and the map on half of the screen and the gameplay on the other half of the device. Samsung also believes that users can experience games with the same quality as console games on the Galaxy Z Fold.
It is possible that the exclusive games of the Galaxy Z Fold series will be released early next year. But it is also possible that more time will be needed for the production and supply of these games. Some of these games are apparently going to be available through the Samsung Gaming Hub.
Considering the release of console games such as Resident Evil, Death Stranding and Assassin’s Creed Mirage on the iPhone 15 Pro, it is natural that Samsung will especially seek to use the maximum potential of its foldable phones and be able to experience more sales in this way.