Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming service has just launched early access, and currently, the library consists of 50 titles. You won’t need a high-powered PC to use this service, just a high-speed internet connection, or to be more specific, at least 10Mbps for 1080p gaming and 35Mbps for 4K gaming. It’s currently compatible with Windows 10 PCs, macOS 10.13+ devices, as well as FireTV (Fire TV Stick – 2nd gen, Fire TV Stick 4K and Fire TV Cube – 2nd gen). Sign up here.
For those who don’t want to install software, just open up the Chrome browser on PC / Mac and Safari on iPhone or iPad. Aside from keyboard and mouse, early access users will get the chance to purchase a dedicated Luna controller. Or, you can just use an Xbox One / DualShock 4 controller to play. How much does it cost? Well, for early access users are only required to pay $5.99 per month with support for two devices. In the near future, additional channels will be added, enabling you to subscribe to favorited game publishers.
- Wireless Bluetooth, rumble vibration, motion controls, USB-C.
- Button mapping for system-changing accuracy and modifiable vibration
- Adjustable Hair trigger buttons plus 6 axis motion sensor
We created Luna to make it easy to play great games on the devices customers already own and love. It’s Day One for Luna—we are excited to work with gamers, streamers, and publishers like Ubisoft and Remedy Entertainment to build a great gaming experience for everyone,” said Marc Whitten, Vice President, Amazon Entertainment Devices and Services.