- Amazon brings new gaming service.
- It will be available for Fire TV, mobile, and desktop.
- You can able to play games without downloading it.
A couple of months ago, we came across a report which suggested that Amazon is gearing up to step into the world of gaming and today the rumour is turned out true as the world’s most favourite and biggest e-Commerce platform Amazon has announced its new cloud gaming service called the Amazon Luna. The latest gaming service is similar to the Google’s Stadia and it will also allow users to play games without downloading it which means you guys are required to have a good internet connection to play the games without any issues and in the maximum feel. So without wasting any time let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the same.
Everything about the Amazon Luna
The latest gaming service features different channels that will allow you to subscribe and the same will give access to different content. The service is also coming with the main Luna+ channel, and that is currently in early access, and includes titles like Resident Evil 7, Control, Panzer Dragoon, A Plague Tale: Innocence, The Surge 2, Yooka-Laylee and The Impossible Lair, Iconoclasts, GRID, ABZU, and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.
It is worth to mention that the subscribers to this channel will be able to play at 1080p 60fps right now with 4K support. The same is offered at $6 a month during the early access period and will get more games in the future.
The company has also made available a channel dedicated to Ubisoft and the same will give access to existing and upcoming Ubisoft titles, such as Assassins Creed Valhalla, Far Cry 6, and Immortals Fenyx Rising and it will available on the same day they release. Having said that, the selected titles will be available in their ultimate edition with DLC.
As we know Amazon also owns Twitch and that’s why the Amazon Luna users would be able to access Twitch streams for available games. Speaking about the compatibility, the latest Amazon Luna will support fire TV stick along with PC, iPhone, and iPad using web apps. Android users need to wait for a couple of weeks to get the latest service on the board.
You guys can able to play the games using keyboard, mouse, or a Bluetooth controller and the company will also offer its own Luna Controller and the same will connect directly to the cloud through Wi-Fi. The Luna Controller will be available for $50 during the early access period.
Regarding the availability of the service, it is currently available only in the United States and there is no information about the availability of the same in other parts of the world.
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