As July approaches, people will begin to enjoy the summer, but also a new batch of games, including Mega Man 11, will be added to the Amazon Luna service.
Now, the Luna service will introduce a few new games during the month of July. However, they won’t all be introduced at once. In actuality, Luna games for July are spaced out over the entire month. However, given that Amazon does this every month, this shouldn’t come as a surprise.
However, Amazon has not disclosed any precise release dates for these new game additions. Once July arrives, it’ll probably do that, so anticipate learning more about game releases possibly by the end of next week.
Advertisement AMAZON LUNA INCLUDES MEGA MAN 11 IN THE PREMIER GAMING CHANNEL During the month of July, Amazon Luna will receive roughly 8 games, one of which is Mega Man 11 (although technically one of those is a bundle). This will be put to the Prime Gaming Channel, which Prime subscribers should have free access to. You can currently play Beach Buggy Racing 2, Bloodrayne 2 Terminal Cut, Far Cry 4 Gold Edition, Lumines, and Moving Out for free on the Prime Gaming Channel.
Prime members will get access to Mega Man 11, Overcooked! 2, skateBIRD, and the Castlevania Anniversary Collection after the July games are added.
There are some more games that are coming in addition to the Prime Gaming Channel adds. This contains the Luna Channel’s Hot Wheels Unleashed game. Earthworm Jim and Earthworm Jim 2 are two titles that will also be available on the Retro Channel. And finally, Worms Crazy Golf will be available on the Family Channel.
Advertisement The Castlevania Anniversary Collection is the one with the greatest value out of all of these titles. because there are numerous games in it. However, that largely depends on your attitude toward that kind of game.
Soon, LUNA will join the Samsung Gaming Hub. It’s important to note that Luna will soon be available on the Samsung Gaming Hub. So, Luna will soon be accessible if you own a Samsung TV that is compatible. Making it significantly simpler to play games on that TV using the Luna service. However, neither Amazon nor Samsung have provided a timeframe for the addition of Luna.