Amazon has announced the launch of Luna, its own cloud gaming service which will let you play games on compatible devices like Fire TV, PC, and Mac devices along with iPhones and iPad. The concept is similar to Google Stadia, where both work on Cloud Gaming.
Currently, Luna is in the early face of testing where developers invited the players to access the app. If you also want to try Luna in early access you can apply for it. If your request is accepted then they will notify you via email. To register for early access you can Click Here.
Device Requirements to play on Luna
- For PC (Windows 10 with support for DirectX 11)
- For Mac (OSX 10.13+)
- For FireTV devices (Fire TV Stick – 2nd gen, Fire TV Stick 4K, or Fire TV Cube – 2nd gen)
You can also use –
- Chrome web browser (version 83+) for PC and Mac
- Safari web browser for iPhone and iPad
The most important question that arises in the minds of the majority of the user ‘What do I need to play on Luna?’ So the answer is – you need a high-speed internet connection (minimum 10mbps), one game controller which is compatible with Luna and one supported device(PC, Mac, Fire TV, iPhone, iPad).
Amazon has introduced a plan which is called Luna Plus. Luna Plus will offer you setup Luna profile on two devices of yours at the same time with the 1080p/60fps support.
Luna introduced the Luna+ subscription at $5.99/month for the early access users. This pricing is only for the early access period. The team will notify the new monthly subscription price after the Luna early access period is over.
About Cloud Gaming
Cloud Gaming is the next big thing in the gaming industry. Cloud Gaming is a platform where you can play games without purchasing gaming console or PC. The platform support to play games on the devices you already own. Cloud Gaming provides you to play games without download or install or update the game.