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Amazon Luna game streaming service will open up for all Prime members this month
- All Amazon Prime members can try out the Luna game streaming service for free as part of a Prime Day 2021 deal.
- The offer will give Prime members a seven-day free trial of Luna without an invite.
- Amazon is also offering discounts on Luna hardware.
Amazon is opening up its game streaming service to all Prime members this month as part of a Prime Day 2021 deal (h/t 9to5Google). Luna, Amazon’s Google Stadia competitor, has been available as an invite-only service till now. To test it, you had to request access or sign up using eligible Fire TV devices.
During the Prime Day sale on June 21 and June 22, for a limited time only, Amazon Prime members in the US will be able to start a seven-day free trial of Luna. They won’t need to request an invite and will be able to play Luna games like Control, GRID, Metro Exodus, and more on a Windows PC, Mac, Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, and select Android phones.
When the seven-day trial is over, Prime members will be able to use Amazon Luna for an early access price of $5.99 per month. Once you get a Luna subscription, you can also add the Ubisoft Plus beta channel for $14.99 per month to play games Assasin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, FarCry, and more.
Besides the free Amazon Luna trial, the platform will offer a 30% discount on its Luna Controller for Prime Day 2021. The bundle that includes a Fire TV Stick 4K will also get a $40 price drop during the sale.
Remember, the deal is only valid for Amazon Prime members so if you haven’t signed up for your Prime membership yet, you can do so by hitting the button below.