Amazon Prime Gaming’s free games for November have leaked


Amazon Prime Gaming’s latest lineup of free games has leaked and the popular platform’s subscribers are thrilled. According to well-known leaker billbil kun, Prime Gaming will be releasing seven free titles for the November lineup:


The full list of games is as follows:

  • Fallout: New Vegas (Ultimate Edition)
  • WRC 9 World Rally Championship
  • Last day of June
  • Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade
  • ethered
  • The whispering willows
  • Installation 47

Fallout: New Vegas is one of the best games of the last two decades, and the fact that it’s the Ultimate Edition is the icing on the cake. You’ll be able to play each of the game’s acclaimed expansions: Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, and Lonesome Road. However, if that kind of time commitment isn’t for you, there are plenty of shorter offerings in this range.

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Etherborn is looking to turn the gaming world upside down, literally. A puzzle game based on the manipulation of gravity, this title seems like a great game to pick up and play without too much commitment. If you’re still in the mood for something lighthearted, Whispering Willows… might not be the game for you. It’s another puzzle game, this time with a horror/adventure vibe. Developed by the aptly named Night Light Interactive, the atmosphere of this game goes very well with a mild winter night!

Last Day of June, available for free on the first day of November, is a uniquely evocative game set in a beautifully animated world. Another puzzle game, Last Day of June stands apart from its fellow Prime Gaming members for its intensely emotional story. Check this one out if you want to explore the last day of June, and maybe even some of your own emotions.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade takes place in 1938, a time when Hitler had in mind the Holy Grail! This side-scroller was released in 1989, perfect for any player looking for that nostalgic, retro feel. For a game over 30 years old, it’s surprisingly smooth and easy to pick up.

Amazon Prime Gaming releases seven games every month, and the November batch looks great. If you’re interested in any of these titles but don’t want to commit to the full purchase price, go ahead and check out Prime Gaming’s monthly subscription.

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