AmazonThe home streaming game platform Amazon should see the light by the end of this year, although there may be delays due to the Coronavirus.

As reported by New York Times, the company plans to launch Project Tempo by 2020 with a very first version but, with the quarantine period and related lockdown, the whole thing may not see the light before 2021.

Amazon has never released official announcements regarding this project (however subject to persistent rumors) and, even with the confirmation of a hypothetical postponement by experts close to the project, it is not said that Project Tempo will still not be able to have a launch date in the current year.

In the meantime, Amazon continues its commitment in the direct development of video game titles, with three projects still in the pipeline: In addition to N, MMORPG out in May e Crucible, a team based shooter, another MMORPG is in the works, in this case free to play, set in the world of The Lord of the Rings. A title that currently does not yet have an official name or release date.

Further plans are also planned for the introduction of interactive games on Twitch, created with the intention of "Thin the border between players and spectators".