Amazon’s Cloud Gaming Service Launches In US

Amazon today announced that the highly anticipated Luna, a cloud gaming service, is now live and available for all customers in the mainland United States. Luna boasts an extended library of games and launches alongside a flurry of new features with support available on PC, Mac, Fire TV, Fire Tablets, iOS, Android, and Chromebook.

Luna promises to get players in on the action without needing to updating games, upgrade hardware, or wait for lengthy downloads. A new Prime Gaming Channel is now available, allowing Amazon Prime members to enjoy a rotating selection of free games, with March including Devil May Cry 5, the fantastic Observer: System Redux, Immortals Fenyx Rising, and more.

Amazon’s Cloud Gaming Service Launches In US

“Our vision for Prime Gaming has always been to improve the playing experience through free in-game content for the games people love as well as a growing library of free games, and we are thrilled to launch the Prime Gaming Channel on Amazon Luna for Amazon Prime members. We’ve consistently heard Prime members are excited to try out cloud gaming on Luna and now they can instantly, anywhere, with a unique offer of a rotating library of free games from Prime Gaming.” Larry Plotnick, GM, Prime Gaming

Alongside the Prime Gaming Channel are the Retro & Jackbox Games Channels, allowing players to experience classic titles from Capcom and SNK alongside Jackbox Games’ iconic party titles. Additionally, Luna supports live broadcasting to Twitch.

Source: Press Release
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