Amazon is giving you over 30 free games this Prime Day
Prime Day is next month and members can look forward to a slew of games available to download for free during the event.
The dates for Amazon Prime Day 2022 have finally been announced with the sales bonanza set for Tuesday, July 12 and Wednesday, July 13. Prime members can look forward to deals across the entire website, including over 30 free games from triple-A titles to indie darlings.
Amazon shared the Prime Day news in a blog post(opens in new tab), saying that Prime Gaming members can begin downloading the eligible titles for free from June 21 through July 13. The smorgasbord of games includes the Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Need For Speed Heat, and a trio of Star Wars titles, which is great if you’ve jumped on the Obi-Wan Kenobi bandwagon.
The post says that during Amazon Prime Day, members “can claim more than 30 free games.” It adds that in the run up to Day, from June 21 through July 13, “Prime members can start freeloading more than 25 indie games instantly.”
So it sounds like the 25 plus indie titles available leading up to Day aren’t included in the 30 ‘during Day’ offerings. Here are some of the highlighted games available during Day:
And here’s the list of indie games that includes some titles that have released with Gaming in the past, as well as some first-timers for the service:
10 Second Ninja X
8Doors: Arum’s Afterlife Adventure
Bang Bang Racing
Clouds & Sheep 2
Fatal Fury Special
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams
Metal Slug 2
Pumped BMX Pro
Puzzle of the Year – 0 Pack
Road Trip – 3 Pack
Samurai Shodown 2
The Crow’s Eye
The Darkside Detective
The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark
The King of Fighters 2000
The King of Fighters 2002
The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor
If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, you might want to consider signing up for Day, especially if your wishlist has been growing. Don’t forget to take advantage of the Amazon student discount if you fall into that category. And if you haven’t previously had a membership, you should definitely consider starting a free 30-day Prime trial(opens in new tab).
Our Amazon Prime review packs in all of the info that prospective members need to know. And if it’s not something you want to continue, you can simply cancel the trial before the 30 days is up, to prevent getting charged.