Amazon launches its on-demand video game platform

The "Amazon" group announced the launch of its video games platform, "Luna," which will allow players to directly get their favorite games through cloud computing on the device they want.

With this new service, the Jeff Bezos-owned group seeks to compete in this multi-billion dollar market, with Google, which launched its cloud-based video game platform in November 2019, and Microsoft, which recently launched the cloud gaming service. For subscribers to its electronic library.

Two subscriptions were announced: "Luna", at a price starting at $ 5.99 per month, which allows users to benefit from an unlimited number of hours of gameplay and a wide library of video games in addition to the "Ubisoft" channel under a partnership with the French video games developer, which was not disclosed. More priced yet.

For comparison, subscribing to the "Stadia Pro" service from Google costs $ 9.99 per month, while in the "Xbox Game Pass Ultimate", which includes a Microsoft remote games platform, it can be used for $ 14.99 per month. the month.

A manual control panel (GamePad) for the "Luna" platform will be offered for $ 49.99. It will work directly on personal computers, Mac computers or Fire TV devices, as well as with applications for the iPhone and iPad, and later with Android devices.


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