From June 21-22 (Amazon Prime Day), all Prime members will have access to Amazon’s game Luna streaming service. The previous method of testing Luna was through Fire TV devices that supported the service. Luna is available to Prime members in the mainland US only during this limited-time opportunity.
Luna streaming is available for Windows PCs, Macs, Fire TVs, iOS devices, and select Android devices over the web. It is priced at $5.99 per month for access to Control, GRID, and Metro Exodus.
Luna Streaming Game access is opening to all Prime Members
As soon as you have a Luna account, Ubisoft Plus beta access is $14.99 per month. Access to the latest games from Ubisoft, including Assassin’s Creed, FarCry, and Watch Dogs, is included here.
As 9to5Google reports, Amazon is also offering 30 percent off a bundle pack including a dedicated Luna controller and a Fire TV Stick 4K from June 14 to June 22.
Those who are Prime members and want to find out how Luna compares to Microsoft’s xCloud or Google Stadia should take advantage of this opportunity. However, you need to adjust your expectations. In order to play smoothly, an internet speed of at least 25Mbps is required to access the titles.