In March, Amazon’s Luna gaming service expanded to Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom. Now the platform is available on Samsung Gaming Hub in those same countries. As a refresher, the hub is an app that comes with 2021 to 2023 Samsung Smart TVs. Among other features, it offers a way to quickly access a host of cloud gaming services, including GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming. In the US, Amazon Luna users have had the ability to access the service through Samsung Gaming Hub since last August.
If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can access a small library of complimentary games. The selection of free games with Prime changes every month, but this month’s lineup includes Yakuza Kiwami 2 and The Jackbox Party Pack 3. You can subscribe to additional channels from Amazon and Ubisoft to access additional titles. If you want to give Luna a try on your Samsung TV, you will need an internet connection capable of download speeds between 10Mbps to 20Mbps and a way to control the games. You can use an Amazon Luna controller, a Bluetooth- or USB 2.0-compatible controller or a phone with the Luna controller app installed.
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