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Amazon today announced a greater push of its video game streaming service Luna.
Amazon is offering up the chance to own two brilliant Battlefield games for free.
Previously, to test Luna, you had to request access or sign up from a supported Fire TV device.
Amazon is updating its Luna cloud gaming platform with a new feature that caps your resolution.
Amazon Luna is now available to try for free on select Fire TV devices in the US - and there's no invitation required.
Incoming Amazon CEO, Andy Jassy, has confirmed that the company's game development arm is going nowhere.
You do not need to download an independent Luna app.
Amazon is letting let-down customers re-order the PS5.
Amazon has filed an interesting patent for a technology that would group toxic gamers together on the same multiplayer server.
Luna, Amazon’s cloud gaming service, is now available as part of an early access programme, Amazon has announced.
Here is everything you need to know about Luna, including its price, games list and supported devices.
The service will have stiff competition, but a partnership with Ubisoft might bear fruit.
It's not too often you see a game "un-released", but this is one of them, as Amazon looks to reset matters for its arena battler.
Take a look at our guide to Amazon’s free-to-play hero shooter Crucible. Including what you need to know and why this game matters.
Amazon will launch its first triple-A game on Wednesday 20 May 2020, and it's a free-to-play team shooter.
Amazon has been rumoured to be working on its own cloud gaming platform, now we know what it's being called internally: Project Tempo.
It looks like Amazon wants to get into the streaming games business in 2020.