Amazon’s Game Streaming Service “Luna” is Now in Early Access


INTRO: A few weeks after its official unveiling, Amazon’s all-new game streaming service, Luna, is in early access. In a politician blog post announcing the event, the US retail giant said that the response to the service has been overwhelming. “We’ve received many thousands of requests for early access, and starting today, we’ll begin granting invitations to alittle set of consumers within the U.S. to join us and help shape the longer term of gaming on Luna”, the corporate said.

According to Amazon, early access will be available across Fire TV, PC, Mac, and on web apps for iPhone and iPad, with Android coming soon. As a part of the plan, gamers are going to be ready to try 50 titles on the Luna+ Game Channel for $5.99 per month. They will also soon be able to play games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla through the soon-to-be-launched Ubisoft Channel.

Amazon is additionally offering the $49.99 Luna Controller take it says can “take advantage of Cloud Direct technology for lower latency gaming and use Alexa for straightforward voice control”. Gamers, however, can use any Bluetooth gaming controller that works with their devices, said the company.

As for the service itself, Amazon says that it hopes to urge feedback from “streamers and players of all types — core, casual, and first-time gamers”. According to the company: “We want to listen to what customers like, what they don’t like, and what they need to ascertain us build. If we’re doing something great, tell us. If we’re missing the bar, we would like to understand that too. We can’t wait to hear what you think”.

Meanwhile, if you want to request access to Amazon Luna as well, you can do so from this link.

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