Saturday, March 25

Amazon Luna is now available to all users in the US | Digital Trends Spanish

After a year of being available by invitation, Amazon Luna, the cloud video game streaming service, has finally launched for all users in the United States. The good news for the gaming public is that this is part of the Amazon Prime subscription, so those who are members can access free games on the platform.

Unlike other services like Stadia, where people can buy video games, Amazon Luna allows gamers to subscribe monthly to individual channels that offer a wide variety of titles.

These services are:

  • Prime Gaming, included for free on Amazon Prime. It will offer several games that will change every month. Some of the titles available in March will be Devil May Cry 5, Observer, System Redux, PHOGS and Flashback.
  • Retro ($4.99 per month). This level targets the older games and includes big names like Street Fighter II – Hyper Fighting, 1943, metal slug 3 and Castlevania Anniversary Collection.
  • Jackbox Games ($4.99 per month). It will allow other players to join a match as well, regardless of whether or not they are subscribed to Luna.
  • Luna Plus ($5.99 per month). Includes Subway: exodus, Saints Row: The Third (Remastered), dirty 5, Control and abzuamong others.
  • Ubisoft Plus ($17.99 per month). It is the most expensive channel, with titles like Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, far cry 6 and Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.
  • Family ($2.99 ​​per month). Games aimed at the smallest of the house, such as Mega Baseball, Pile up! or Garfield Kart Furious Racing.

As explained by the company, Amazon Luna will also allow games of these games to be broadcast directly on Twitch. For this, you just have to press a button while the game is playing.

Amazon Luna, Amazon's cloud video game service.

At the moment it is unknown what Amazon Luna will include when it is launched in other territories and what channels it will offer, in addition to its prices.

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