Amazon Fire TV is getting its own cloud gaming hub dubbed Games on Fire TV. The app is similar to the Samsung Gaming Hub, although its focus is specifically on amazon moon instead of other streaming services.
According to one blog post which Amazon published on Wednesday, Games on Fire TV allows gamers to stream games in the cloud from their TV. If you’re already a subscriber to Amazon Luna, the company’s cloud gaming service, you can stream games like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, play a rotating selection of free games each month on the Prime Gaming Channel, or download games from the Fire TV app store. The games that are currently available on the Prime Gaming Channel include League of Legends, Fallout 76,Total War: Warhammer 2 Y Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
The hub will also bring new game trailers and Twitch streams, which can be accessed regardless of whether you’re using a game controller or remote. fire tv stick. If you have an Amazon Fire TV and want to jump into Games on Fire TV, pair any Bluetooth wireless controller of your choice (PlayStation 5 DualSense, Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, etc.) and you’ll be playing your games right away. The app can be accessed through the Games section under the Search tab.
Amazon only mentions Luna integration, so it appears the app won’t include services like Xbox Game Pass or GeForce Now at launch. It’s unclear if Amazon plans to bring more services to the app in the future, or if it only intends to support its own services.
Amazon’s upgrade to cloud gaming comes on the heels of the impending shutdown of Google Stadia in January 2023 and other gaming companies set to introduce their own portable cloud gaming systems. Razer collaborated with Verizon and Qualcomm to create the Razer 5G Edge, and Logitech came out with the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld. Games on Fire TV is just an added bonus for those who have Amazon Luna.