AMAZON Prime members in the US will get access to its new gaming service on Prime Day.
The cloud game streaming service, called Luna, will give US Prime customers the chance to start a free seven day trial on June 21.
You’ll need a dedicated Luna controller to be able to enjoy the experience.
They’ll be reduced from June 14.
The deal is on the US Amazon site and puts the Luna controller at just $49.
That’s a saving of $21.
Luna has been described as a ‘Netflix of games’ because of its gaming catalogue that users can pick and choose from.
It can be used on Fire TV, Mac, PC, iOS web apps and Android phones.
It means you don’t have to have dedicated console to access lots of games.
Currently, users who want to try it have tor request access or sign up from a supported Fire TV.
It will be competing with the likes of Microsoft xCloud or Google Stadia.
Luna gives access to games like Control, GRID, FIFA 21 and Metro Exodus.
At the moment there is no pricing information for the UK and prospective UK users cannot request early access.
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