Amazon Luna Will Be Invite-Free for 7 days, starting June 21st

Deyan Georgiev
Deyan Georgiev

Updated · Feb 21, 2022

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Amazon’s Luna, an invite-only gaming service, is coming to users on the 21st and 22nd of June. The company announced that all US Prime subscribers will be able to try it out for 7 days free of charge and without invites.

What is Amazon Luna?

Amazon introduced Luna late last year. Back then, it was accessible via invite-only. The cloud gaming platform supports Fire TV, Windows, IOS, and Android devices. Users will be able to enjoy a variety of games such as Resident Evil 7, Takoma, Rez Infinite, Control, etc. All will be available for those on the 7-day free trial as well. 

Currently, there are two game channels - Luna+ and Ubisoft+. The early access price for Luna + is USD 5.99 per month, while Ubisoft+ Beta channel is priced at USD 14.99. 

Luna can be played with any compatible controller, keyboard, and mouse. To upgrade your gaming experience you can use the specialized Luna Controller. 

Additional Prime Day Deals 

The exclusive Luna Controller is already on sale for $49, from its initial price of $70, until 22nd June. 

Additionally, Amazon is offering the Fire TV Gaming Bundle for $74 with a discount rebate of $45. The bundle comes with Fire TV 4k Stick and Luna Controller. To get the most out of the gaming experience Amazon recommends 35 Mbps internet speed for 4k streaming.

Prime members that tested Luna described the experience as a mix of Prime Video, Twitch, and Amazon Web Service, nicely combined in a console controller powered by Alexa. While the invite-free Luna deal will be available to US members only, others can enjoy many exciting deals in all categories. The two-day shopping spree will offer over 2 million deals to all Prime users worldwide. 

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Deyan Georgiev

Deyan Georgiev

Deyan has been fascinated by technology his whole life. From the first Tetris game all the way to Falcon Heavy. Working for TechJury is like a dream come true, combining both his passions – writing and technology. In his free time (which is pretty scarce, thanks to his three kids), Deyan enjoys traveling and exploring new places. Always with a few chargers and a couple of gadgets in the backpack. He makes mean dizzying Island Paradise cocktails too.

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