Amazon has rolled out a subscription-based service, Prime Gaming, which offers access to a number of gaming titles, to its members in India.
This launch comes weeks after the company started testing the service in the South Asian market.
The gaming service, which provides a selection of mobile, PC, and Mac games with in-game goodies for free, is available to Amazon Prime and video users.
Each month, the e-commerce group adds a number of new titles to the service, according to the report.
Among the free games available right now are Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Apex Legends, EA Madden 23, FIFA 23, Quake, COD Season 1, League of Legends, DeathLoop, and Quake. The report also stated that Indian users could access loot boxes.
Earlier this month, Amazon revealed a new anime-style massively multiplayer online (MMO) game titled 'Blue Protocol' at 'The Game Awards', which is scheduled to be launched in the second half of next year.
According to The Verge, Bandai Namco is creating the game, which will be available on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.
The game is described as a multiplayer action role-playing game (RPG), which allows players to choose different roles and enjoy either the story or multiplayer mode.
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