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You can now play some Ubisoft games you own for PC on Amazon’s cloud gaming service

You can now play some Ubisoft games you own for PC on Amazon’s cloud gaming service


Ubisoft and Amazon are now letting people play ‘select’ games they own on PC on Amazon’s Luna service.

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A screenshot from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is one of the games you’ll be able to play on Luna if you already own it.
Image: Ubisoft

Ubisoft and Amazon will now let you play some titles you own for PC via Ubisoft Connect on Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming service, the two companies announced on Tuesday. That means it will be just a bit easier to play some of those games when you may not be right in front of your typical machine thanks to the power of internet streaming.

Amazon’s blog post specifically names Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Uno, and Far Cry 6 as titles that will work with this new integration, but you can see a full list of compatible titles on Ubisoft’s website. If a game is available on Luna with a multi access Ubisoft Plus subscription, you can buy it individually on PC and access it via Luna. If you’d prefer to just go with the subscription, that costs $17.99 per month.

Ubisoft has generally been a strong supporter of cloud gaming services. Ubisoft has partnered with Amazon since Luna was first announced, and it offered a bunch of games on Google’s soon to be defunct Stadia service as well. For those who bought Ubisoft games on Stadia, Ubisoft is working on a way to transfer those purchases to PC ahead of the service’s January shutdown.

Update December 6th, 3:56PM ET: Added details about games work with the new integration.