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Amazon’s Luna Cloud Gaming Price, Features, and Camparition to Geforce, Stadia, and xCloud

Luna Cloud
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Luna Cloud Updates: Amazon.com is an American multinational technology company based in Seattle, Washington. The founder of Amazon company is Jeff Bezos. It was founded on July 5, 1994, which is 26 years ago in Bellevue, Washington.

Amazon is launching a cloud game called Luna which will stream games to PC, Mac, and Fire TV devices and applications available for iPhone and iPad. The android app will be coming soon. This game service is a direct competitor to Google Stadia. Subscribers will get an offer to access a library of games on the games channel.

Luna Cloud: Game Channel

Amazon owns the Luna+ game channel and also it will launch other games such as Resident Evil 7, A Plague tale, Innocence and Yooka-Laylee, and the impossible Liar for an introductory price of $5.99 per month.

Amazon also launches Ubisoft games on the day it has 4K resolution and we can play on mobile. Luna+ will also have 4K resolution with 60fps for “select titles” and they allow subscribers to play on two devices simultaneously.

Luna Cloud
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Amazon also announced an Alexa – enables controller which connects directly to Fire TV devices which will reduce latency between the controller and game Luna controller cost will be $49.99 during the early access period.

People can play games from their favorite publishers and genres in the first of multiple Luna game developmental channels. Amazon also owned a twitch stream for games where players instantly start to play the Luna game.

Luna is also playable via keyboard and mouse or any other Bluetooth controllers. Gamers were more excited about this game.

People who are interested to play a Luna game will sign up for early access now. But the official launch date for this game will not be announced. Amazon competitor in the game streaming service world will stay tuned in Google stadia review. Stay tuned for more updates.