Amazon announced that it will temporarily open access to Luna – its cloud gaming platform – to Prime members.
Until now, the only way to access Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming service was by requesting an invite. While anyone can apply for the invite, only Fire TV owners are able to access the platform so far.
But now, Amazon is announcing that it will open access to the service to all Prime members for two days – June 21 and 22 on the occasion of Prime Day. By going to amazon.com/luna, new users will be able to sign up and start a 7-day free trial.
Of course, you won’t need to have a Luna Controller if you don’t want it (or if you can’t find it in stock), as you can also play with an Xbox One controller, DualShock 4 controller, Razer Kishi Mobile Game Controller, or even use a mouse and keyboard.
The free trial will allow you to explore Luna’s action, adventure, platformer, indie, shooter, RPG, racing, and classic games from Ubisoft, Capcom, 505 Games, and Team 17.
After the free trial ends, satisfied users can subscribe to Amazon’s cloud gaming service, Luna+, for $5.99/month (early access price). A higher subscription tier, the Ubisoft Plus beta channel, is also available for $14.99 a month (beta price). This is for you if you’re looking for a bigger selection of Ubisoft games like Assassin’s Creed, FarCry, and Watch Dogs, which are not available on the cheaper Luna+.
Luna works in mainland US only, on compatible Fire TV, Windows PC, or Mac device, as well as through apps on iPhones, iPads, and “select Android phones”.
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