Amazon Luna game service coming to Android
Amazon Luna game service coming to Android

Amazon on Tuesday said its Luna cloud gaming service is available for Google's Android mobile devices.

Similar to Apple's iOS version, the Android version does not require a separate Luna app as the service can be accessed (instead) through the Chrome web browser.

Amazon announced in October last year that it would allow early access to Luna, which was only available for PCs, Apple Macs, Fire TVs, iPhones, smartphones, and iPads via web apps. . .

The service works on a channel-based model so that the user can pay a monthly fee for each gaming channel they wish to visit.

Two channels are available now: the first called Luna Plus, owned by Amazon, is priced at $ 5.99 per month, which allows users to access games from a variety of publishers. Another channel is Ubisoft's Ubisoft Plus, which charges $ 14.99 but can offer all of the company's games. By subscribing to this service, users can access the Ubisoft Plus service and the Stadia Cloud game service for PC through Google.

According to reports, the Luna service is only available to users in the United States. Users who have not previously used the service can order it here.

Currently, the Android version of Luna can be used on select Pixel phones from Google, Samsung and OnePlus. However, Amazon announced that additional Android phones will be supported during the early access phase of the service.

Please note that this service only supports Android phones running version 9 and above and using Chrome browser version 86 and above. In addition to Sony's PlayStation 4 controller and Microsoft's Xbox One console, users can also use the Luna console to play games.

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