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Amazon Prime Day will offer more than 30 free games, from ‘Mass Effect’ to ‘GRID Legends’

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Amazon Prime Day is set to kick off next month, and along with a host of deals and discounts, Prime members will be able to get over 30 games completely free. And the list includes some big name games that you won’t want to miss out on.

For those unaware, Amazon Prime Day runs from Tuesday, July 12 to Wednesday, July 13, 2022. Leading up to the event and starting June 21, Amazon will allow you to claim and start playing over 25 completely free games. Some of them include two king of fighters Titles, bang bang racingY it went viral.

And while getting around 25 completely free indie games is pretty epic, the fun doesn’t end there. Big name games including GRID Legends, Mass Effect Legendary Editionseveral Star Wars titles and even Need for heat speed, everything will be free for the first two days of Prime Day.

You can head over to the Prime Gaming blog for a full list of free games you’ll be able to redeem in the coming weeks. From the looks of it, the initial slate of smaller indie games will be available on June 21 and you’ll have to wait until July 12, when Prime Day kicks off, to get your hands on the most popular titles.

If you haven’t signed up for Amazon Prime for whatever reason or recently canceled due to price increases, now might be a good time to try it out. Plus, for a limited time, you can get a $10 Amazon gift card with this early Prime Day promotion.

It’s also worth mentioning that in addition to all those games, starting June 21, you’ll be able to get Amazon’s Luna Game Controller for $39.99 instead of the regular price of $70. That’s a great way to try Amazon’s service. amazon cloud gaming

Those looking for new games to keep them busy this summer can thank Amazon.

via TechRadar

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