No More Heroes has finally arrived on PC and mobile devices, but not in the way you might think — it's now available as part of the Amazon Luna game streaming service.
Amazon Luna was revealed late last year as a game-streaming service created by the company that probably mails you your socks. What some people might not know, however, is that Amazon Web Services (AWS) is also a huge part of that company's business, delivering digital content to people throughout the world.
That massive, worldwide network is leveraged by Amazon Luna to stream games to its customers and now a new game has become available on the platform: No More Heroes.
This Might Be the PC Release of No More Heroes
No More Heroes is now available as part of Luna+, the premium subscription service for Amazon Luna. That means the lucky few people who do have access to the service can play the game right now! The service seems like it runs pretty well, but unfortunately, it still has not yet been opened to the general public.
It's possible that this might be the PC release for No More Heroes. The game was rated for PC by the ESRB not too long ago and Amazon Luna is playable on a Windows 10 PC; this might mean that the rumors of a No More Heroes PC version might not turn out how we would have hoped.
However, No More Heroes 3 was announced in 2019 and is currently targeting a 2021 release date; we may very well see the game get a proper PC release after all, likely sometime around the launch of the third game in the franchise. (No More Heroes 2 has also been rated for PC by the ESRB.)
For now, you can play No More Heroes on PC and mobile devices via Amazon Luna with the Luna+ service. If you haven't given it a try, you can request early access to Luna; maybe you'll be one of the lucky few who get in.
Are you disappointed that No More Heroes is making its PC debut on Amazon Luna? Do you think we'll see a proper PC release on Steam or another digital retailer? Let us know in the comments below!