Add Capcom to the list of developers that are allowing their games on Amazon Luna. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is now available for play through the standard $5.99-a-month Luna subscription.
Though there are some other AAA titles on Luna, most of them (Control, The Purge) still fall under the "really high-end indie" category. Resident Evil 7 is the first AAA title from a major publisher to appear on the service.
Along with the game, you get all of the extra DLC goodies. Here's the description, cribbed straight from Luna's game page: "Experience one of the scariest, most highly acclaimed games of 2017 with Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition – complete with all Season Pass content. As Ethan Winters, explore the seemingly abandoned Baker mansion and uncover the truth behind the disappearance of your wife. The Gold Edition contains the full game plus DLC: the Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2, and the End of Zoe epilogue episode, and the 'Not a Hero' epilogue chapter starring Chris Redfield."
I tried out a few minutes of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (as I have been known to do) to see how it plays. Here's that brief look at the game:
Yeah, it ends abruptly, but doesn't everything end abruptly in Resident Evil-land? Keep an eye on GN for more Luna news as it develops.