Amazon has been slowly but surely ramping up the library of game offerings on its Luna cloud gaming service, and in May it has a few choice titles for players.
All of these will be added to the Luna+ channel which is where most of the games are available. Luna also offers access to the Ubisoft+ channel at $14.99 a month. For that heard-earned money, players can access and enjoy a large collection of Ubisoft’s top game titles. Including The Division 2, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, Far Cry 5 and more.
And on the Luna+ channel Amazon recently added big hits like Ghostrunner, as well as smaller indie breakouts like Narita Boy. Both of which were added in early April.
Amazon Luna games for May include Trails Of Cold Steel IV
Trails Of Cold Steel IV has been making its rounds across a wealth of different platforms recently. Earlier this year it received a release on Steam. And about the same time it was also released onto GeForce NOW, and Stadia.
Now it’s coming to Amazon Luna via the Luna+ channel sometime in May. Amazon doesn’t list exact dates for its release or for the release of any of the games it’s announced for next month so far. But it is coming sometime next month. So the wait won’t be too long.
The Legend Of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel is a JRPG title with anime visuals that follows up closely after the ending of the third title just before it. So players who like the third game will get a continuation of the story in this one.
The Luna+ channel is getting three more games
Alongside Trails Of Cold Steel IV, players are also being treated to an additional three games. In the Luna+ channel next month, Amazon is also releasing The Wonderful 101: Remastered, RAD, and Rogue Heroes: Ruins Of Tasos.
Four games may not seem like a large addition within a month’s time. But it’s important to remember that Luna is still in an early access phase. So Amazon is still likely working with partners to secure as many titles as it can for now. As Luna gets older, more games are sure to pop up.
But it’s starting to seem like Luna will carry a similar pace of release to Stadia. Which started off fairly slow and stayed that way for quite a few months before kicking things into high gear.