Amazon’s Prime Gaming free games for October revealed


Each month, Amazon’s Prime Gaming offers a bunch of free video games that subscribers can take turns claiming, and Prime Gaming today officially revealed the lineup people can get their hands on once on October 1. Specifically, the October free games for Prime Gaming subscribers are Star Wars: Squadrons, Alien: Isolation, Ghostrunner, Song of Horror Complete Edition, Red Wings: Aces of the Sky, Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures, Blue Fire, Tiny Robots Recharged, Whiskey & Zombies: The Great Southern Zombie Escape, and Secret files 3. It’s a pretty stacked group, honestly.

There are of course a few caveats with all of the “free” video games offered by Prime Gaming. They can only be claimed by Amazon Prime subscribers and for a limited time only. They’re for PC too, and some could potentially require other digital distribution platforms to fully claim as EA’s Origin. That said, any Amazon Prime subscriber can claim them no matter what they might have Amazon Prime for, so for many it could be an advantage on top of everything else.

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Here’s how Amazon Prime Gaming describes the October deal headlines:

  • Star Wars: Squadrons – Master the art of stellar combat in the authentic piloting experience, while simultaneously feeling the adrenaline of first-person multiplayer space combat alongside your squadron.
  • Alien: isolation – Discover the true meaning of fear in survival horror game, set in an atmosphere of constant terror and deadly danger.
  • Ghostrunner – Developed by Polish developer One More Level and published by 505 Games, Ghostrunner offers a unique single-player experience: fast-paced and violent combat and an original setting that mixes science fiction and post-apocalyptic themes.
  • Horror Song Complete Edition – Fear the Presence, a mysterious entity you cannot fight: stay alert, hide, and breathe slowly in a fixed-camera third-person survival horror adventure.
  • Red Wings: Aces of Heaven – Join the legendary Red Baron and cheat death on your way to victory in the arcade action game that immerses you in the air battles of WWI.
  • The great adventures of Wallace and Gromit – Enter the colorful world of West Wallaby Street in a series of four exciting adventures brought to you by Aardman Animations, the creators of the award-winning Wallace & Gromit animated films and Telltale Games.
  • Blue fire – Embark on an extraordinary adventure through the outdated world of Penumbra to explore unique temples filled with increasingly difficult 3D platform challenges, diverse enemies, quests, collectibles and more.
  • Small robots recharged – Solve a legion of puzzles and puzzles in this ultimate adventure escape game.
  • Whiskey & Zombies: The Great Southern Zombie Escape – Immerse yourself in the brawler / stealth comedy-adventure set in a different kind of apocalypse where the only thing that kills the virus is moonshine whiskey.
  • Secret files 3 – Dream couple Max and Nina announced their upcoming wedding in the final installment of the Secret Files trilogy.

As stated above, Star Wars: Squadrons, Alien: Isolation, Ghostrunner, Song of Horror Complete Edition, Red Wings: Aces of the Sky, Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Adventures, Blue Fire, Tiny Robots Recharged, Whiskey & Zombies: The Great Southern Zombie Escape, and Secret files 3 should be available through Amazon Prime Gaming starting October 1. This is in addition to various in-game loot for titles like New world etc. You can check out all of our previous Amazon Prime Gaming coverage here.

What do you think of the latest batch of free video games for Amazon Prime subscribers? Are you particularly passionate about any of the Prime Gaming offers? Let us know in the comments, or feel free to reach out and get in touch directly on Twitter at @rollinbishop to talk about everything related to games!



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