From July 1st to July 31st, get retro first-person shooter Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, adventure game Dear Esther, hardcore racing game GRIP: Combat Racing, action-platformer KUNAI and RPG Dark Devotion.
List of free games anyone with Twitch Prime can get for free during July:
- Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
- Dear Esther
- GRIP: Combat Racing
- Dark Devotion
Plus, don’t forget to grab the first seven titles in the summer-long SNK free games series: Art of Fighting 2, Blazing Star, Fatal Fury Special, The King of Fighters 2000, The King of Fighters 2002, Pulstar and Samurai Shodown II. Read more about them here.
Plus, a few more surprise game drops during July!
Twitch Prime members can also claim a number of in-game loot items such as the Cosplay Slayer for Doom Eternal, Destiny 2 goodies, new Skins for Apex Legends and much more.
How To Get the July 2020 Prime Games for free:
Starting July 1st, you’ll be able to claim and play all of free games for this month; and once you claim a game, it’s yours to keep forever.
To get all the games listed above, just subscribe to Amazon Prime (that also includes Twitch prime) FOR FREE. After the initial free month (that you can cancel anytime), Amazon Prime costs from $2.99 to $12.99 per month depending on your country, so if you plan to “snatch and cancel”, don’t forget to unsubscribe!
Follow these step-by-step instructions to grab your free games now!
- Head over to Amazon then click on the “Start your 30-day free trial” button to create your account
- Head over to https://www.twitch.tv/, login with your new Amazon account and click on the “Link Twitch Account” in the upper left corner
- Claim all the “Games with Prime” and any other goodies you want. They are now yours to keep forever!
Is twitch playing sloppy seconds to Humble Bundle ?
Luckily Amazon Prime has other benefits. You wouldn’t want to be signed up just for this, if you get Humble as well.
Free is free, I suppose 🙂
Amazon’s plan is for basically everyone to pay for Prime, the value of it is insane. Games, TV, discounts, Twitch….
My main benefits from Prime are the TV and the games. We just don’t shop that much on Amazon. Prices in Aus aren’t any cheaper than any other online platform, and are often dearer, coupled with the fact that many of the cheaper items ship from China, Amazon’s store front isn’t that great here.
There was this mass panic by the established retailers when Amazon decided to open a “store” in Australia. They all thought that Amazon would have a significant impact on their sales.
It didn’t. The poor selection, slow delivery (and expensive delivery) and over priced items meant Amazons explosion into the Australian retail market was more wet fart, than nuclear.