Prime Gaming reveals free games for February! See the list

Prime Gaming reveals free games for February! See the list
Prime Gaming reveals free games for February! See the list
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The month of February is already among us, and that’s why Amazon announced which games will be delivered to Prime Gaming users over the next few days. It is worth remembering that the service is a courtesy for Amazon Prime subscribers, which every month brings news for game fans.

For this month, the highlights are Fallout, Bethesda’s famous post-apocalyptic game, and Breathkout: Recharged. In total, there will be seven games offered for free, and you can check out each of them below.

Prime Gaming free game in February 2024

Fallout and other games are free on Prime Gaming in February.

  • Fallout (via GOG): February 1
  • Breakout: Recharged (via Epic Games Store): February 1
  • Missile Command: Recharged (via Epic Games Store): February 8
  • Criminal Archives: Alphabetic Murders – Collector’s Edition (via Legacy Games): February 15
  • Tempest 4000 (via Amazon Games App): February 15
  • Blade Assault (via Amazon Games App): February 22
  • Gravitar: Recharged (via Epic Games Store): February 29

Below, see a trailer for each of them to get a taste of what’s to come:

Fallout

Breakout: Recharged

Missile Command: Recharged

Criminal Archives: Alphabetic Muders – Collector’s Edition

Tempest 4000

Blade Assault

Gravitate: Recharged

How do I redeem free games on Amazon Prime Gaming?

To get your hands on the games offered by Prime Gaming in the coming days, visit the service’s website and enter your access details. After that, simply access the area where free games are displayed to add the ones that interest you to your account.

Did you like the games delivered in February to Amazon Prime subscribers? What did you think of the selection? Share your message with other readers of Voxel using our social networks.

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