Amazon recently unveiled an Amazon Prime Day Deal that will give Amazon Prime users instant access to the company’s cloud gaming service, Amazon Luna. This promotion will run from June 21st through June 22nd.
Amazon Prime members will be eligible to sign up for a seven-day free trial of Amazon Luna. After that, users can choose to opt into a subscription program to keep Luna for $5.99 per month.
Amazon has also discounted its dedicated Luna controller by 30%. This deal began on June 14th and runs through June 22nd. The package is expected to include a Luna controller, as well as a Fire TV Stick 4K for roughly $74.
“Get priority access to Luna and play free for 7 days,” it reads on the Amazon Luna website. “For a limited time, Prime members can access games on Amazon Luna without requesting an invite for early access. Start a Luna+ 7-day free trial to play action, adventure, platformer, indie, shooter, RPG, racing, and classic games – and we’re always adding more.”
The Profit‘s Take:
Luna is likely to fail for many of the same reasons Stadia has failed. If I were Amazon, I would have included Luna for free as part of the Amazon Prime subscription, thus delivering more value to their most loyal customers and getting the product out to millions of people.
(All information was provided by The Verge and 9to5Google)
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