All about Amazon Luna
Amazon Luna is a cloud gaming service that was launched in 2020 by Amazon, to bring in competition in cloud gaming.
As of now, you will be only able to play at a max of 1080p 60FPS. Meaning that around 8- 10 GB of data will be required per hour.
Currently, the cloud gaming service is only available for those living in the US and the service is on an early access period.
Luna+ is a subscription-based channel where you will be gaining access to a huge game library playable of 1080p60. Early access starts at $5.99 per month.
You will get access to all the latest game offerings from Ubisoft itself. You will be able to play at 1080p60 with 4K support coming later. Starts at $14.99 per month.
Luna has Twitch integration, so if you are watching a stream and the game is available on Luna, you can play the game right away from Twitch. There is also Alexa integration in Luna.
You can access Luna on PC, Android, iOS, macOS, and iPadOS. If you’ve got an Amazon Fire Tv, then Luna will work right away.
Amazon Luna is compatible with a number of controllers. We also shared a list of third-party compatible Luna controllers.
There is a large library of games available from Ubisoft, Team 17, Capcom Games, and even from 505 Games. Plus, Amazon Luna is also adding more games to the list with time.
Currently, if you live in the US you can request access to Luna services but it’s more on an invitation basis. If your request is accepted, only then you can enjoy Luna services.