Amazon’s cloud gaming service, Luna, is now out there on Android, Amazon introduced on Tuesday. Just like the iOS model of Luna, there’s no separate Luna app to obtain — as an alternative, you’ll entry the service by the Chrome net browser.
Amazon launched Luna in early entry in October, the place it was initially out there on PC, Mac, Hearth TV, and on iPhone and iPad by way of net apps. The service works on a channels-based mannequin, the place you pay a month-to-month price for every channel of video games you need entry to.
Proper now, there are two channels out there. Amazon’s $5.99-per-month Luna Plus channel has video games from many alternative publishers, and Ubisoft’s $14.99-per-month Ubisoft Plus channel presents Ubisoft video games. (Paying that $14.99-per-month price for the Ubisoft Plus channel additionally offers you entry to Ubisoft Plus on PC and on Google’s cloud gaming service, Stadia.)
Luna solely out there within the US proper now, and in case you don’t have early entry already, you can request it here. If you happen to do have early entry and need to begin enjoying Luna on Android, observe the directions in this video:
Proper now, Luna’s Android model works on some Pixel, Samsung, and OnePlus gadgets, however Amazon says Luna will add assist for extra Android gadgets throughout Luna’s early entry interval. An Amazon spokesperson shared a listing of currently-supported gadgets with The Verge:
- Pixel 4XL, 4A, 4A 5G, 5
- Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, Notice 10, Notice 10 Plus, S20, S20 Plus, S20 Extremely, Notice 20, Notice 20 Extremely
- OnePlus 7, 7 Professional, 7 Professional 5G, 8, 8 Professional, Nord, 7T, 7T Professional, 7T Professional 5G
You’ll additionally have to be utilizing Android 9 or larger and Chrome model 86 or newer. You’ll have the ability to play video games utilizing Amazon’s own Luna controller in addition to the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One controller.