GOG Teams up with Luna to Let Amazon Prime Users Play DRM-free Games

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March 19, 2024

Soon, players will be able to play their favorite games from GOG, such as the Witcher series or Cyberpunk 2077, on multiple devices of their choice. Amazon Luna cloud gaming service offers even more ways to enjoy games and DRM-free gaming.

Through Luna players will be allowed to play every game already owned on GOG (and that is also available on Luna). There’s absolutely no requirement to purchase anything twice – once bought on GOG, it belongs to the owner forever. Moreover, it works both ways – games available on GOG can be purchased through Luna’s client, seamlessly integrating into the store library.

In other words, buying games on GOG (directly on our service or via Luna) will give players the best of both worlds – enjoying them on Luna’s cloud gaming service, as well as via offline installers or GOG GALAXY. All DRM-free benefits of owning games on GOG will still be there, offering more ways to play your favorite titles.

Already owned devices (PCs, smartphones, tablets, Fire TV devices and smart TVs) can become new gaming setups, and Luna also supports peripherals, such as Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controllers, and mouse + keyboard. Luna also offers its own Luna Controller, which makes it even easier to transition a game from one screen to the next seamlessly.

For developers and publishers, this is a perfect way to expand the reach of their games. It’s easy to opt out and doesn’t have any additional build requirements. On top of that, it’s the same agreement with additional revenue. Luna’s cloud gaming service is already operational and expanding across multiple countries. Here’s what Luna offers to its game developers, publishers, and titles today:

  • Luna games are prominently featured on Amazon devices like Fire TV and Fire Tablets with 200+ million devices sold globally.
  • Access to reaching Amazon Prime customers through Prime Gaming.
  • Dedicated marketing support and packages for games across critical touch points including Amazon.com, Luna merchandising, socials, and more.
  • Ability for players to enjoy games across any Luna-compatible device, unlocking new ways to play their favorites.


While it’s a great opportunity for game creators and publishers, this partnership offers a fair amount of perks for the players’ community, too. For those whose current gaming rig isn’t powerful enough to handle the latest releases, for gamers who are often away from home and still want to play, or for those who sometimes just want to change their environment while continuing to play – Luna is the perfect solution in all those scenarios.


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