The second pair of games in Prime Gaming’s February 2023 lineup is now available to claim for free. Amazon Prime members can win Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield and Divine Knockout, which can be obtained by linking your Epic Games Store account to Prime Gaming. The free game pair that includes the second of four will be available throughout February. Prime Gaming is giving away nine free games this whole month as well as a bunch of in-game loot for popular multiplayer titles.
Unlike usual, Prime Gaming doesn’t give away all the free games every month at once. Instead, the freeware will be released in batches every Thursday for the remainder of February. Remember that you can still claim gifts from previous weeks throughout February. Here’s the full schedule of Prime Gaming free games for February:
- February 2
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind GOTY Edition
- Hot Spring Master
- February 9th
- Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield
- Divine Knockout
- February 16
- Clap one hand
- BATS: Blood-sucking anti-terrorist squad
- February 23
- Space Crew: Legendary Edition
- Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator
The nine freebies span a multitude of genres. The Morrowind GOTY version is undoubtedly the most famous of the bunch. This is the game that really catapulted the Elder Scrolls to RPG stardom, and it’s still worth a look after all these years. This version comes with some huge expansions and you can easily immerse yourself for over 100 hours in this massive open world RPG.
Amazon Prime subscribers can also win in-game loot for popular multiplayer games like Call of Duty Mobile, League of Legends, and Destiny 2. The latest Destiny 2 content is the Wonder Weapon Pack strange Sunshot.
Additionally, Prime members can stream four games throughout February at no extra cost through Amazon’s Luna streaming service. This month’s free streamers are Yakuza Kiwami, Potion Permit, Skatebird, and WRC Generations.
If you’re not an Amazon Prime member but want to get freebies, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial. Once you claim the games, they’ll be yours forever–even if you unsubscribe.
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