(San Francisco) Amazon will give all US Prime subscribers access to its Luna streaming video game service, which so far is only available by invitation.
This platform allows video game enthusiasts to access it directly over the Internet, without the need to own computers or consoles. It’s reserved for a limited number of users since its launch last year, it’s time for Amazon to improve the service.
The e-commerce giant said on Monday that Prime subscribers, who have paid for access to various services such as a video streaming platform or free delivery, will be able to register on June 21 and 22, during the promotional process. Luna’s seven-day trial.
Luna allows players to directly access their favorite titles via “the cloud” (remote computing) on the device of their choice.
Along the same lines, Microsoft said last week that it was working on software that would allow Xbox gamers to play directly on an Internet-connected TV, without a console.
“There is still a place for consoles and PCs, and frankly, there will always be. But thanks to the cloud, we will be able to provide a powerful gaming experience to anyone connected to the Internet,” said Phil Spencer, Xbox division manager, at the time.
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