Taking a page from Wii U (and other second screen experiences), a companion app will enable multiplayer. By downloading the "Air Support" tablet app, additional players can initiate air strikes from their tablet, while the TV player engages in face-to-face combat.
"We've heard from customers that they want more from the games they play on streaming media devices--games that are rich, unique and immersive. Sev Zero is the first step by Amazon Game Studios to address that challenge," Amazon Games VP Mike Frazzini said. This is clearly just the beginning of Amazon's gaming ambitions, as evidenced by the company's recent purchase of
Like Wii U, Fire TV supports second-screen gameplay