Amazon Luna game streaming service goes invite free for Prime Day

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Amazon launched its very own game streaming service, Luna, last year, but it’s been an invite-only affair so far. That’s set to change on June 21 and 22, however.

Those are the days during which Amazon is running its Prime Day event, and to mark the occasion, Prime members will be able to get access to Luna without an invite, and play free for 7 days with a Luna+ free trial.

Amazon Luna game streaming service goes invite free for Prime Day

After those 7 days, you’ll pay $5.99 per month as long as Luna is in the “early access” phase. There’s no telling how long this will last, but Amazon will notify you at least 30 days before it ends and the price goes up.

You can also subscribe to the Ubisoft+ channel beta for $14.99 per month – this price is also likely to get a hike once the beta period ends, but again, you’ll be notified 30 days in advance.

Luna works in mainland US only, on compatible Fire TV, Windows PC, and Mac devices, as well as through apps on iPhones, iPads, and “select Android phones”. You can play with an Xbox One controller, DualShock 4 controller, Razer Kishi Mobile Game Controller, use a mouse and keyboard, or use the Luna Controller – which you can get for 30% off, if you can find it in stock (it currently isn’t).

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