Amazon New World may appear in its Luna cloud gaming service

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Amazon Games’ upcoming MMO New World is only a few weeks away from the PC release on September 28.

Amazon Games’ upcoming MMO New World is only a few weeks away from the PC release on September 28. But at some point in the future, it may be available on Amazon's Luna cloud gaming service, Amazon Game Studio Director Richard Lawrence said in an interview with The Verge. He expressed his confidence that players can see the new world on Luna. Since Luna is available on many different devices, including Chromebooks and Amazon Fire tablets as of Thursday, this may significantly increase the number of New World Coins.

However, the obstacle to bringing the game to Luna is more in New World. He did not promise to release Luna's timetable, because it sounds like some obstacles need to be overcome before then. And New World is a very input-driven environment. This means that if people do not have a keyboard, mouse, and dedicated gaming screen or monitor, the experience may not be so good. In other words, playing an MMO designed for PC on the controller or on the small screen of the iPhone 12 Mini may not be the best way to play.

Nevertheless, having New World on Luna may be a pillar game that attracts new subscribers. Currently, Luna allows you to play many games that are also available on other platforms and consoles, but New World may be an excellent game that may not be available on any other cloud gaming service. Streaming the new world on Luna will also be an impressive display of Amazon's AWS cloud infrastructure, which is the backbone of MMO and cloud gaming services. Amazon seems to want to find a way to use its own games to promote its own cloud gaming services, which run on its own infrastructure.

But if this is true, then players should immediately prepare something to do according to their own needs, such as knowing whether the platform on which they want to play New World is trending, or buying more New World Coins from IGGM. In short, wait and see!

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