One month after Amazon Luna was first announced, the game streaming service has begun admitting users.
Amazon is now sending invitations to people who requested early access to Luna. Only a small set of people will get access to the cloud gaming service to start, but Amazon says it plans to invite more people to try Luna over the coming months.
Those who do get early access to Amazon Luna will have access to apps on Fire TV, PC, and Mac as well as web apps for iPhone and iPad. Support for Android is coming soon.
When it comes to the games, players can access the Luna+ Game Channel for $5.99 per month and get 50 games to start, with more being added over time. The Ubisoft Channel is coming soon with "new and favorite titles", including the new Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Luna+ offers gaming up to 1080p and 60fps, with support for 4K coming soon. You can stream on up to two devices at a time, too. When the Ubisoft Channel launches, its games will include the ultimate editions with DLC for select titles, 1080p and 60fps gaming with 4K coming soon, and support for streaming on one device at a time.
Amazon Luna players can use any Bluetooth gaming controller that works with their devices. A Luna Controller (pictured above) is also available for $49.99, and it uses Cloud Direct technology to connect directly to Amazon's cloud over Wi-Fi for lower latency controls.
If you didn't previously request access to Amazon Luna but you're now interested in trying the service out, you can request an invitation here.