August 7, 2022


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Prime Gaming: a surprise for all members

Amazon has announced surprisingly new “free” games for Prime Gaming. Service members will now have access to the full version of Battlefield 1: The first-person shooter will be available to download for free until August 4. If you’ve taken the title by then, you’ll have permanent access and can play as much as you want – even after your Prime membership ends. The same applies to Battlefield 5, which will be distributed “for free” via Prime Gaming from August 2. Each subscriber receives a code for the Standard Edition, which can be redeemed on the EA Origin download platform.

You can read more information about Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5 in our detailed tests. With Battlefield 2042, DICE is already creating the next installment in the first-person shooter series: the new branch will be released on October 22 on PC and consoles. Thus, Prime members have the perfect opportunity to get in the mood for the new first-person shooter. Prime Gaming released the full version of Battlefield 3 in December 2020. In June, the service (formerly Twitch Prime) distributed first-person shooter Battlefield 4.

By the way: The service is also currently offering full versions of LucasArts: The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition is currently available “for free,” the classic Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis will follow on August 1, and Sam & Max will be available on September 1. Road as an all-in-one game with Prime membership. The monthly subscription costs 7.99 euros, and the annual membership is available for 69 euros. New customers can use Try Prime Service free for 1 month.

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