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Amazon game streaming service Luna opens to all Prime members June 21-22

Prime Day will include a seven-day free trial for all members.

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Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to sign up for a free weeklong Luna trial during Prime Day.

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Amazon Prime Day will bring plenty of opportunities for deals June 21 and 22 but will also give Prime members a chance to try out game streaming service Luna. During Prime Day, members will be able to sign up for a seven-day free trial and dive into the Luna game catalog, the company said Monday.

The e-commerce giant's cloud gaming service has a solid library of games including Control, Metro Exodus, Sonic Mania and Grid. After the trial, Luna will cost $5.99 a month. If you pay another $14.99 a month, you can also access the Ubisoft Plus channel and play games like Assassin's Creed Valhalla.

You can also get the Luna controller for $49 right now. That's $21 off the regular price.

Luna launched for people on the mainland US last year, and Amazon started letting anyone who owns a Fire TV device to sign up in February. It's also available on PCs, Macs, some Android devices, iPhones and iPads.

Amazon's gaming deal arrives amid E3 2021, the video game industry's biggest annual convention. Xbox and Square Enix showcased their upcoming titles over the weekend, and Nintendo will reveal its wares on Tuesday.

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