Amazon announced on Tuesday that Luna, Amazon’s cloud gaming service, is now available on Android. Unlike Luna’s iOS version, there is no separate Luna application for download – instead you can access the service through the Chrome web browser.
Introduced Amazon Luna in early access In October, Which was initially available via PC, Mac, Fire TV and web applications on the iPhone and iPad. This service operates on a channel-based model, where you pay a monthly fee for each channel you wish to access.
Now, there are two channels. Amazon’s 99 5.99 per month Luna Plus channel has games from various publishers, and Ubisoft’s 99 14.99 per month Ubisoft Plus channel offers Ubisoft games. (Paying 99 14.99 per month for the Ubisoft Plus channel also gives you access Ubisoft Plus on PC And At Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming service.)
Luna is now only available in the US, if you do not already have initial access, You can request it here. If you have early access and want to start playing Luna on Android, follow the instructions In this video:
Right now, the Android version of Luna runs on some Pixel, Samsung and OnePlus devices, but Amazon says Luna will add support for more Android devices during Luna’s early access period. An Amazon spokesperson has shared a list of currently supported devices On the edge:
- Pixel 4XL, 4A, 4A5G, 5
- Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, Note 10, Note 10 Plus, S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra, Note 20, Note 20 Ultra
- OnePlus 7, 7 Pro, 7 Pro 5G, 8, 8 Pro, Nord, 7D, 7D Pro, 7D Pro 5G
You must use Android 9 or higher and Chrome version 86 or newer. You can play games using Amazon’s own Luna controller As well as the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One controller.