HUGE upgrade for Google Stadia and Amazon Luna: Watch Dogs Legion and Assassin's Creed Valhalla will be FREE for streaming service members

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With both the PS5 and Xbox Series X out in a matter of weeks, it's an exciting time for gamers everywhere.

It's not just the consoles that are coming though, in fact, some people will soon be gaming without consoles or PCs thanks to things like xCloud gaming, Google Stadia, and even Amazon Luna.

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Cloud gaming does still feel as though it's something from the future, but that's definitely not the case anymore.

That's especially true thanks to this support from Ubisoft.

Ubisoft is going to support streaming

We recently received the announcement that Ubisoft is changing UPLAY+ to Ubisoft+. It's now officially the case, the service is properly launching on November 10th.

This is a subscription service that gives players unlimited access to a growing library of games that includes the big releases for Ubisoft including Assassin's Creed: Valhalla and Immortals: Fenyx Rising.

The key thing here is that while the service is launching on PC and other platforms, it's also coming to Amazon Luna, which is a huge win for the service.

Apparently, it'll be coming to Google Stadia later, but that's not on the 10th, so we're here to talk about Luna.

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What is Amazon Luna

Amazon Luna is their game streaming service which is currently in Early Access as of October 20th.

Players within the EA phase have access to over 50 games at a price of around $5.99. It's impressive for sure, but with the addition of Ubisoft games on the service makes it all far more worthwhile.

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Sure, you'll need to subscriber to another service, but not needing to own a console theoretically saves you a lot of money in the long run, which is something that plenty of us should be thinking about at the moment.

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