AMAZON Prime Gaming gives away a handful of games every month to Amazon Prime subscribers, and April is shaping up to be a big one.
Amazon Prime subscribers can claim different games each week throughout April, with the first batch of games becoming available on April 6, with a total of 15 games to claim for free.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is the biggest free game this month
Every Thursday following that throughout April will give subscribers four new games, entirely for free, with some big games on offer for Prime Gaming fans.
This month’s biggest game is Wolfenstein: The New Order, a first-person shooter game that’s been called one of the best shooters of all time.
Among the games this month are also a host of classic arcade games, including Ninja Commando, Metal Slug 4, and Magician Lord.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg though, and there are a number of games of different genres and types scattered throughout the month.
From horror games to action adventure RPGs, there’s sure to be something among the 15 free games to suit everyone’s taste.
Here’s the full roster of games and when they’re available:
- April 6
- Wolfenstein: The New Order
- Ninja Commando
- Art of Fighting 3
- April 13
- The Beast Inside
- Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition
- Crossed Swords
- Ghost Pilots
- April 20
- Beholder 2
- Metal Slug 4
- Ninja Masters
- April 27
- Looking for Aliens
- Magician Lord
To claim these games, you’ll need to go to the rewards page on Amazon Prime Gaming, after it’s been linked to your main Amazon account.
All of these free games are on PC only, so you might want to double check your computer’s specifications before you try to play them.
Amazon Prime Gaming also gives away a number of items, rewards, and content for multiple live service games.
In April, you’ll be able to claim free content for Fall Guys, Genshin Impact, League of Legends, Overwatch 2, and FIFA, among many others.
Amazon Prime Gaming subscribers also have access to Amazon Luna, the streaming service that was added to the service this month.
Written by Oliver Brandt on behalf of GLHF.