Ubisoft continues to actively support cloud gaming and does so by entering into a new agreement with Amazon Luna. The French publisher has announced that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and other titles in its catalog will soon be playable via the streaming service of the e-market giant, if you already have them in your PC library.
Among the first titles included in the initiative we have the aforementioned Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, but also Far Cry 6 e One. This means that, even when you don’t have the platforms used for local gaming at your disposal, you can continue your games using streaming technology. Ubisoft stressed that the novelty will concern, at least for the first time, one selection of games taken from its catalogue, so you shouldn’t expect a particularly large list of titles. You can try all of this first-hand also by subscribing to the Ubisoft Plus subscription offered by Amazon Luna, apparently not available in Italy at the moment.
Ubisoft has partnered with Amazon ever since Luna was announced, and has consistently offered a number of games on the service as well Google Stadia, which as you well know will soon be closed by the Mountain View giant. For those who have purchased Ubisoft games on Stadia, the French company is working on a way to transfer the games you have purchased on Stadia to PC before the closure of the gaming streaming service scheduled for January.
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