Prime Gaming is now available on all desktops and mobile browsers.
After a slip-up a few weeks ago, Amazon Prime Gaming is now live in India; providing members free access to various games every month. According to reports, users can access eight game titles including Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Banners of Ruin, Doors: Paradox, and Quake among others this month in India.
According to Gadgets 360, Amazon’s gaming experience “offers in-game content for the likes of Apex Legends, Battlefield 2042, Madden 23, FIFA 23, League of Legends: Wild Rift, Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2, and Rogue Company.”
Earlier this month, a new landing page on the U.S. multinational tech giant’s website suggested a possible launch of Amazon Prime Gaming in the country. But no details were provided by the company, and when clicked on the page, it gave an error.
“With the rebranded launch of Prime Gaming, we continue to make Amazon Prime more valuable for members in India,” said Akshay Sahi – Director of Prime and Delivery Experience at Amazon India and as read on Financial Express. “The new and refreshed Prime Gaming, comes with a great accessibility to the latest games and we will continue to add new in-game content for other popular games, with frequent content refreshes.”
Prime Gaming is now available on all desktops and mobile browsers. Further, it is also available on the Android mobile app but will be launched for iOS in January next year. English is set as the default language, and additional Indian languages are expected to be available in 2023.