Amazon launches Luna cloud gaming service in the Netherlands – Gaming – News

Amazon is immediately launching its Luna cloud gaming service in the Netherlands. The accompanying Luna controller will also go on sale in the Netherlands. The service was originally released in 2022, but its release has so far been limited to a small number of other countries.

Amazon Luna is From now on available in the Netherlands The company said in a press release, on “any device” that supports the cloud gaming service. This includes PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, iPhones, iPads, Android devices, Amazon Fire TV, and “select” smart TVs from LG and Samsung. In addition to the release in the Netherlands, Luna is now also available in Austria and Poland.

Amazon is also bringing the optional Luna controller to the Netherlands. It will be available on June 26 and costs 70 euros. The controller can connect directly to Luna servers via WiFi to reduce latency, but it can also work via Bluetooth or USB. The Luna cloud gaming service also supports consoles from other manufacturers. Amazon also offers an app for using your iOS or Android phone as a controller.

Costs for using Luna vary. Players can purchase individual games or subscribe to specific “channels.” Amazon Prime members can also link their existing GOG and Ubisoft accounts to play “select” PC games they already own through Luna. Additionally, Prime members get standard access to certain games. At the time of writing, this includes titles like Fortnite, Fallout New Vegas, Metro Exodus, and Overcooked.

Amazon launched its cloud gaming service in the US in March 2022, after a year-and-a-half early access period. Last year, the service was also released in the UK, Germany and Canada.

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