Luna offers six channels that house titles from multifarious genres, including family games and offerings made with core gamers in mind. That’s an increase from the initial three channels that accompanied the platform’s launch in October 2020. The three new channels added to the service are Prime Gaming Channel, Retro Channel, and Jackbox Games Channel.
The Prime Gaming Channel allows Prime members to play a monthly rotation of free games on Luna. For March, they’ll be able to play “Devil May Cry 5,” “Flashback,” and “Immortals Fenyx Rising” (the latter of which will be available from March 8-14), to name a few. The Retro Channel features fan-favorite games from decades past, including “Street Fighter 2 — Hyper Fighting,” “Metal Slug 3,” and “Castlevania Anniversary Collection.” Jackbox Games lets you play all eight Party Packs from Jackbox under one subscription, and all titles — like “Quiplash,” “Drawful,” and “Trivia Murder Party” — support Luna Couch, a cloud-first feature that lets you invite other players with or without a Luna subscription.
Luna now has two new features, including live broadcasting to Twitch and the Luna Phone Controller. Thanks to the latest Luna update on PC, Mac, and Fire TV, you can just click on the new broadcast button and stream your gameplay live. If you’re streaming from your Fire TV devices, you can scan the QR code to link your phone as a webcam and microphone. You can also play Luna games on mobile using the Luna Phone Controller app, available on the app store.