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Amazon Luna Now Streams Your Ubisoft Library for Free

Only a select number of games are supported.

A smart TV streaming 'Assassins Creed' through Amazon Luna.
Amazon, Ubisoft

In a surprise move, Amazon Luna now offers free cloud streaming for Ubisoft games you’ve purchased on PC. An Amazon Prime subscription (or Luna+ membership) is all you need to stream games from your Ubisoft library. Simply link your Amazon and Ubisoft accounts to enjoy the fun.

Update, 12/6/22: Added clarification from Amazon

This is an interesting approach to cloud gaming that’s reminiscent of NVIDIA GeForce Now. Instead of forcing customers to pay for a Luna+ subscription, Amazon Luna will allow you to pay for free if you own a supported Ubisoft game for PC. You can also purchase Ubisoft games through Amazon Luna, and such purchases will sync with your Ubisoft account.

All Ubisoft+ games available on Amazon Luna work with this free program. For a full list of compatible games, check the Ubisoft+ games library and filter the results by “Cloud Gaming (Amazon Luna).”

Interestingly, titles offered through Ubisoft+ can now be individually purchased on Luna. These purchases are linked to your Ubisoft account, side-stepping the problem that some Stadia users are experiencing right now. (Ubisoft games purchased on Stadia weren’t synced to a Ubisoft account, which is something that companies are trying to resolve as Stadia shuts down.)

Note that Amazon Luna may make you wait in a lobby during peak hours. The service is still prioritizing Luna+ subscribers, who will continue to receive a faster and more responsive streaming experience than other users.

Link Your Ubisoft and Amazon Accounts

Play your Ubisoft PC games through the cloud for free by linking your Ubisoft account with Amazon Luna. Or, purchase Ubisoft games on Amazon Luna to stream them without a subscription.

Source: Amazon

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