Amazon Luna, a cloud gaming platform, has expanded its library by adding Fortnite, thanks to a collaboration between Amazon and Epic Games. Players in the United States, Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom can now play Fortnite on Amazon Luna. Amazon Prime members can access the game as part of their membership, while others can play with an existing Luna+ subscription or by Sign up for a free seven-day trial of Luna+.
Daniel Rausch, vice president of Amazon Entertainment Devices and Services, said that Fortnite was the most requested game by Luna customers in the United States. He expressed Amazon’s commitment to making gaming more accessible and affordable without the need for expensive hardware. Rausch also highlighted Amazon’s coordinated approach to building the Luna library, ensuring there’s a game for everyone.
Fortnite fans can play different game modes, such as Battle Royale or Creative, on devices they already own, including Amazon’s Fire TV, select smart TVs, streaming media players, PCs, MacBooks, Chromebooks, tablets, and browsers. iPhone and Android mobile devices. Amazon recommends a stable internet connection with a minimum sustained speed of 10 Mbps for an optimal gaming experience on Luna.
Luna customers can participate in seasonal Fortnite events, play islands developed using the recently announced Unreal Editor for Fortnite, and link their existing Epic account to progress in the Battle Pass.
Amazon also added Tormented Souls, Retro Classix: BreakThru, Retro Classix: Express Raider, Retro Classix: Super Real Darwin, and Retro Classix: Wizard Fire to Luna+ in May. Prime members can play LEGO DC Super-Villains, Resident Evil 2, and Overcooked! and Time on Frog Island at no additional cost during the month of May as part of the Prime Gaming promotion.