Amazon has now quietly introduced the subscription service in India amid rumours that it was planning to introduce Prime Gaming there. A variety of games for mobile, PC and Mac will be available to members of the gaming service, which will be included with Amazon Prime. Additionally, players will have access to in-game goodies like weapons, characters, skins, boosters, and upgrades, among other things. The service presently provides titles including Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, FIFA 23, League of Legends, and DeathLoop, among others, according to information found on the website.
At launch, only eight complete games are offered for free, and they may only be redeemed for two weeks (other game subscriptions like PlayStation Plus work similarly, where a title can be claimed and be played as long as the user is still subscribed to the service). Quake, Spinch, Desert Child, Brothers: A Tale of Two Suns, Banners of Ruin, Rose Riddle 2, The Amazing American Circus, and Doors: Paradox are some of these titles. Amazon Prime Gaming India
According to TechCrunch, the company began testing the service in the South Asian region weeks before to this launch. The e-commerce company reportedly updates the service with a handful of new titles each month. At “The Game Awards” earlier this month, Amazon unveiled a brand-new massively multiplayer online (MMO) game with an anime aesthetic called “Blue Protocol.” The game is slated to launch in the second half of 2019.
Customers of Amazon who currently have an active Prime subscription receive the service without any additional fees. Users can claim and retain permanently popular full-length PC games as one of the many advantages of Prime Gaming. While international customers can subscribe to their preferred Twitch streamer for one free month of the premier, the programme is not yet available in India.