Fresh off the heels of Epic Games’ stellar offering, Amazon Prime members can grab one of 2019’s best video games completely free of charge.
If you, much like us, love yourself a good freebie, then it’s a wonderful time to be alive, gamers. Fresh off the heels of Epic Games offering up a free game every day for two weeks, Amazon Prime Gaming has announced its offering for January and it’s a real doozey.
All throughout January 2022 you have the chance to grab the following nine titles on PC:
– Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
– World War Z Aftermath
– Total War: Warhammer
– Two Point Hospital
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– In Other Waters
– Paper Beast – Folded Edition
– Abandon Ship
– Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered
– WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship
Each game’s offer period ends on various dates (ranging from February 3 to February 8, so it’s best to check the Prime Gaming site for specifics.
The biggest drawcard here is undoubtedly Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The 2019 action game lets you play as Cal Kestis on his quest to rebuild the Jedi Order years after the tragic events of Order 66.
But where most lightsaber-focused jaunts are a cakewalk, Fallen Order takes combat inspiration from the likes of Dark Souls and makes each encounter a more challenging and considered affair. Well worth a play if you’ve missed it up until now.
Other highlights include the cooperative zombie shooter World War Z: Aftermath, and Two Point Hospital – a light-hearted hospital simulator that’s become something of a cult hit.
It’s worth noting that in order to be eligible for the free games you do need to be an Amazon Prime member – which will set you back about $59 a year. That said, considering you get access to free games, Prime delivery and a video subscription service, it’s a pretty solid deal.
If you are a member, just log onto the Prime Gaming site, hit claim and follow the instructions via the releant launcher. Happy gaming!
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