Samsung is aiming to attract gamers more than it has ever been, and now the Korean tech giant has redesigned its Galaxy Store. Now the Galaxy Store focuses solely on gaming and is now designed for casual and hard-core gamers.
The whole layout of the Galaxy Store is overhauled. Earlier it had tabs like Home, Explore, Games, and Exclusives that are now replaced with just two tabs, Games and Apps which add the new minimalistic look to it.
Games section is home to exclusive previews, promos, and rewards. On the contrary, the Apps section is tailored to provide the users with the app recommendations based on their download experience. So, this section works differently for every user.
It is clear that Samsung is aiming to attract gamers more than it has ever been. The redesigned Galaxy Store is the only app store where Fortnite is exclusively for download in the US. This is to remind everyone that Fortnite was removed from Google Play Store and Apple App Store because of a lawsuit.
Not only that, but the store also has Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. This gaming pass allows users to play over hundreds of games from the cloud server. The games can also be played with a wireless Bluetooth gaming controller.
Recently, Samsung introduced Samsung Rewards. Samsung Rewards helps the user level up each time user downloads the new game or level up in the current one. These points can later be exchanged when the user downloads the new game, Samsung stated in the press release.