Amazon actually wants to launch its in-house streaming service for games this year. However, the corona virus pandemic could delay Project Tempo. According to the rumors, an unveiling should be certain for this year. Many details about the Amazon project are not yet known.
According to a recent report by the New York Times, Amazon wanted to launch its in-house game streaming service later this year. Now, however, insiders are said to have revealed that the current quarantine measures around the world are very likely to cause a delay. Even Amazon is said to have not yet set a date for "Project Storm". Even if there will be a later start, the unveiling appears to be scheduled later this year.
So far, however, little is known about the streaming offer. However, it is quite likely that the three titles from Amazon Game Studios will be playable there. These include New World, Crucible and a Free 2 Play MMO from The Lord of the Rings. According to current plans New World and Crucible will appear in stores in May. Interactive games for Twitch are also being planned at Amazon. This should improve the interactivity between the streamer and the viewer.
Source: New York Times
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