Amazon Prime is showing itself generous at the start of the year, since the sprawling service offers its subscribers no less than 9 games, via its gaming component.
Introduced in summer 2020, the Prime Gaming subscription offers, each month, exclusive content on some of the games, DLC, or selections of free PC games. This month, 9 games are to be discovered: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Total War: Warhammer, Two Point Hospital, Word War Z: Aftermath, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered, WRC 7, Abandon Ship, Paper Beast – Folded Edition, and In Other Waters.
Jedi: Fallen Order
The headliner of this list is called Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Launched in November 2019 and published by Electronic Arts, Fallen Order wanted to be ambitious since it established itself as a long awaited AAA for fans of the license. Overall beautiful, the game enjoys a beautiful artistic direction, pleasant fights (the finish moves are enjoyable), anda very good mix of genres, between the phases of platforms, fights and puzzles. A mix that immediately makes one think of the license Uncharted, and rightly so. Despite some technical problems, his adventure of more than 20 hours is done with enthusiasm.
Whether you are a fan of racing, zombies or management games, the Amazon Prime Gaming offer is for you. In Two Point Hospital, you will have to build your hospital and manage your patients, while in the cooperative shooter Word War Z: Aftermath, it will rather be a question of knocking out the zombie. License Total War puts the spotlight on the Warhammer legends in this turn-based real-time, Aspyr reissues Fahrenheit, from the French studio Quantic Dream with Fahrenheit: Indigo, Prophecy Remastered, and WRC 7 takes you on the toughest rally circuits on the planet.
And how to download this free content?
To get your hands on these 9 free games, all you need to do is go here and sign in with your Amazon account while having Prime.
Next go to the “Play with Prime” tab in which you will find the list of games offered. All you have to do is click on “Collect the game”. The title (s) will thus be found in the Amazon Games application.