158057 Samsung Gaming Hub adds Overcooked! 2 for free via Blacknut

Samsung Gaming Hub adds Overcooked! 2 for free via Blacknut



Samsung Gaming Hub is adding a new way to play and enjoy games via the Blacknut service. Gaming Hub serves as a one-stop shop for access to various gaming services on Samsung TVs. Since it launched Samsung has added a handful of different services to the app including larger services like Xbox Game Pass and GeForce NOW. It also includes smaller cloud gaming options like Amazon Luna, Utomik, and Ant Arcade.

While Blacknut officially joined Samsung Gaming Hub earlier this year, today it’s becoming even more beneficial to Samsung TV and smart monitor owners. As now there will be a collection of games available for free thanks to Blacknut. Meaning you won’t need to buy them or pay for a subscription of any kind.

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This includes games like Overcooked! 2, which is an awesome title to play with friends or family since it’s a co-op title. It’s also a cooking sim so it’s perfectly suitable for players of any age. And wouldn’t you know it, it’s actually quite fun as a party game because it supports up to four players. This is also not the only game that will be playable for free.

Samsung Gaming Hub will offer 11 different games for free in partnership with Blacknut

Overcooked! 2 is probably one of the more notable titles that will be available. But there are also 10 more games Samsung TV owners can enjoy at no cost. This includes Asphalt 9: Legends, For The King, Arise: A Simple Story, Golazo! Soccer League, Despicable Me: Minion Rush, I Am Fish, WRC 9: The Official Game, Cat Quest, Moving Out, and finally Pile Up! Box by Box.

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Worth noting is that these games are part of Samsung and Blacknut’s “Free Game Pilot,” and won’t be free forever. The good news is that they will be playable for free for the next three months. And you will be able to play them as much as you want within that time period. Additionally, Samsung says more games will be added throughout the duration of the pilot. However the pilot is only available in the US and US territories.

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