Gaming And Vfx
Amazon launched its game streaming service, Luna, last year, but it has been available as invite-only so far. But in the coming Prime day scheduled for June 21 and 22, Amazon will make the service open for all Prime Members. The member will get a free trial of 7 days of Luna+ service, which they can continue to play by paying $5.99 per month as long as Luna is in the "early access" phase.
You can also try the Ubisoft+ channel beta for $14.99 per month. This price may also get a hike once the beta period ends, but again, you'll be notified 30 days in advance.The Luna service will be available on Fire TV, Mac, Windows, and mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, and Android via a web browser. Although cloud gaming platforms aren't allowed on Apple's App Store, Apple users can stream the games via a webbrowser.
The Luna controller is available at a discounted rate of $49 right now. That's $21 off the regular price, and the discount will remain till Prime Day. Apart from that, it's offering the Fire TV stick 4K and Luna Controller in the Fire TV Gaming Bundle for $74, a discount of around $45. The Luna Controller connects to Amazon directly through its own Wi-Fi connection, which Amazon says reduces latency by 17 to 30 milliseconds. If you're a Prime member, Prime Day might be a good time to see how it stacks up against Microsoft's xCloud, Google Stadia, and others.