Amazon Luna is the next cloud gaming platform that will compete against Microsoft xCloud and Google Stadia. The service which was previously Codenamed “Tempo”, will go live in early access this October. Sign-ups are for an invite to early access is available now (Currently in the US only). Luna will support a wide range of devices; Fire TV, PC, Mac, and iOS devices (through web apps) during the early access, with Android support coming in weeks later.
The service will have an “introductory price” of $5.99 a month during its early access period. This price will give users the ability to play Luna Plus channel games on two devices at the same time. Luna is aiming to offer subscribers 4K/60fps for certain titles, but at launch 1080p 60fps will be the target.
Amazon is looking to have at least 100 games on the service by the end of the…
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