Amazon Luna To Allow Users Play Owned Ubisoft PC Games For Free

The players will require an active prime membership or a Luna+ subscription.

Cloud Gaming is riddled with issues that prevent it from becoming a viable choice. Amazon Luna is among the most significant gaming cloud services available on the market, but it also shares the same struggles as most of them.

While praised for its lower price tag compared to its rivals, Luna can occasionally lag despite having good internet. However, the service is steadily growing, and it is now collaborating with Ubisoft in a stellar offer. The new partnership brings a slew of bonuses for gamers using the Amazon Luna cloud gaming services.

For instance, Amazon Luna will now let players play the Ubisoft PC library with Ubisoft Connect, spanning devices already owned by the players. In other words, the purchased Ubisoft games will be available for free on the prominent cloud gaming service. However, it will require some prerequisites before users can utilize the offer.


Major Takeaway

  • Ubisoft and Amazon Luna are collaborating in a huge deal that will allow players to play already-owned Ubisoft games for free on the cloud gaming service. However, the titles must be available on Luna.
  • The offer will require users to either own an active prime membership or a Luna+ subscription.
  • Ubisoft+ multi-access plan subscribers will also be eligible to play Ubisoft+ games on the platform.
  • A slew of well-renowned Ubisoft titles will be available as part of a deal on the cloud service.

The collab brings an attractive offer for gamers; users will be able to stream their owned Ubisoft PC library for free on the cloud service.

The condition includes owning an active prime membership or subscribing to the Luna+ package. Moreover, linking Ubisoft and Amazon Luna accounts will also be necessary. Only a good internet connection will be needed to play popular Ubisoft games on any device where the cloud service is available.

However, the said games must be available on Luna; the cloud service features a variety of Ubisoft’s best titles. From prominent Assassin’s Creed renditions, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and Assassin’s Creed Origins, to fan-favorite Far Cry entries, like Far Cry 6, Far Cry 5, and Far Cry 4.

A plethora of other Ubisoft IPs is also available on Amazon Luna, leaving players occupied for countless hours. There is a bit of everything for gamers with different tastes. The list also includes nostalgic titles like Beyond Good and Evil and Child of Light. The entire list of compatible games can be seen on the official Amazon page

Owning a Ubisoft+ subscription is not necessary to become eligible for the offer, but having it will bump the already fantastic deal to a new level. Ubisoft+ multi-access plan will allow users also to access the Ubisoft+ titles on the Amazon Luna service. 

The offer will bump up the number of gamers utilizing the Amazon Luna platform. However, it will also benefit Ubisoft by giving it more recognition among new customers. Users may want to transition to a Ubisoft subscription service if they enjoy the games on the cloud service.

Amazon Luna is only available in the USA, despite still no official plans to release it globally, which has caused it to gain much popularity after years since its release. Another downside was its initial lineup of games during the launch. However, the latest collaboration with Ubisoft ought to divert its trajectory in the right direction.

What are your thoughts about Ubisoft deepening its relationship with Amazon Luna cloud service to bring this offer? Do you think this deal will help Amazon Luna to become more relevant in the gaming industry? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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