A measure for users who want to enjoy the game in the cloud with internet limitations.
In the gaming landscape, the cloud is a relatively new format with a handful of to-dos. Signal lag concerns many, but others are concerned that the requirements for connection speed internet are somewhat prohibitive. If you are among them, you may be interested to know that Amazon Luna is aware of the problem and proposes an alternative: play at 720p resolution.
“From today, we will enable a new 720p option, allowing a reduction in bandwidth and data consumption when retransmitting at a lower resolution ” they comment those responsible from the official blog. “With this setting, customers whose ISPs restrict the data cap will be able to play at a lower resolution without sacrificing game performance. To use this option, customers can go to the tab of moon setting and selecting 720p is that easy! “
Amazon Luna still remains in early access According to the pictures, you can expect a consumption approximately 5GB per hour when gaming in this configuration. As a reminder, Amazon Luna remains in a state of early access still, so not everyone interested in this service will be able to take advantage of its features yet. Eligible users — by country availability, for example — can request an invitation from the Amazon website.
Amazon Luna will launch with a hundred games and support for up to 4K 60 FPS for an “introductory” cost of 5.99 euros per month. In its catalog we find numerous titles from Ubisoft, one of the third-party companies most committed to this platform. They will also develop their own games, unlike Stadia, which will stop doing that.
More about: Amazon Luna and Amazon Game Studios.