Twitch Is Giving Away 21 Free Games To Amazon Prime Members In July
Christmas has come early for PC gamers, courtesy of Amazon and Twitch. The company is gearing up for its annual Prime Day on 16th July, and as part of the celebrations Twitch will be giving away 21 games - yes, 21! - to Amazon Prime subscribers, absolutely free of charge.
If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber then you're automatically eligible for a free Twitch Prime membership. All you have to do is head to the Twitch Prime website and link your Amazon account to your Twitch account, which upgrades it to a shiny new Twitch Prime account and thus gives you access to all 21 free games
The games coming your way include Metal Slug 3, Tacoma, Broken Age, The Bridge, Brütal Legend and many more (16 more, in fact). Each game will only be available for a set number of days so if there's one you really fancy playing, make sure to check out the Twitch Prime page and claim it before your time runs out.
Here's a handy list of all the games that will be on offer, as well as the dates they'll be available for.
- Pillars of Eternity: Definitive Edition: July 2-4
- Metal Slug 3: July 3 - August 2
- The Last Blade: July 3 - August 2
- Twinkle Star Sprites: July 3 - August 2
- Q.U.B.E. 2: July 3-4
- Battle Chef Brigade: July 4-11
- Manual Samuel: July 5-12
- Gonner: July 6-13
- Next Up Hero: July 7-14
- Uurnog Uurnlimited: July 8-14
- Hue: July 9-15
- Deponia Doomsday: July 10-16
- Observer: July 11-17
- Tacoma: July 12-18
- The Bridge: July 13-26
- Brutal Legend: July 14-27
- The Red Strings Club: July 15-21
- Tyranny: July 16-18
- Broken Age: July 17-31
- The Framed Collection: July 18-31
- Serial Cleaner: July 18-31
This deal is obviously fantastic, but gamers looking to save some extra cash should definitely keep an eye out for Prime Day on 16th July. If you have an Amazon Prime account then there are sure to be some cracking savings to be made on games and hardware.
Just remember, the more money you save, the more money you can spend on new games! That's just good maths.
Words by Tom Blagden
Featured Image Credit: Twitch