Amazon’s Luna game streaming service opens to all user

Amazon’s Luna game streaming service opens to all user

Amazon Games has announced that Luna, their cloud-based game streaming platform, has officially exited beta and is now available to anybody in the mainland United States.

Amazon Games has announced that Luna, their cloud-based game streaming platform, has officially exited beta and is now available to anybody in the mainland United States.

Luna is a subscription service that allows users to join up for one or more themed "channels" where they can play a built-in lineup of video games through web browser, Fire TV or tablets, or a number of supported mobile devices. It was first announced in September 2020.

Luna is a subscription service that allows users to join up for one or more themed "channels" where they can play a built-in lineup of video games through web browser, Fire TV or tablets, or a number of supported mobile devices. It was first announced in September 2020.

These games are streamed to the user’s device via Amazon Web Services, without any need for local installations or updates. You can go from the Luna menu to playing an available game in seconds.

These games are streamed to the user’s device via Amazon Web Services, without any need for local installations or updates. You can go from the Luna menu to playing an available game in seconds.

Luna is priced more like cable television than other comparable services like the Xbox Game Pass, which is less beneficial. Luna's initial monthly charge ($9.99/month unless you were in the beta, in which case you can keep the $6.99/month base fee if you resubscribe by March 31) only covers its core "channel" of material, with additional channels available for purchase.

Luna is priced more like cable television than other comparable services like the Xbox Game Pass, which is less beneficial. Luna's initial monthly charge ($9.99/month unless you were in the beta, in which case you can keep the $6.99/month base fee if you resubscribe by March 31) only covers its core "channel" of material, with additional channels available for purchase.

This includes a Ubisoft+ stream ($17.99/month) with the latest Ubisoft titles like Far Cry 6, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Rainbow Six: Siege; and the Family Channel ($2.99/month) with games for all ages like Skatebird and Wandersong.

This includes a Ubisoft+ stream ($17.99/month) with the latest Ubisoft titles like Far Cry 6, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Rainbow Six: Siege; and the Family Channel ($2.99/month) with games for all ages like Skatebird and Wandersong.

Amazon has also included a Prime Gaming Channel for Luna, where Prime members can play a rotating selection of free streaming games.

Amazon has also included a Prime Gaming Channel for Luna, where Prime members can play a rotating selection of free streaming games.

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