According to Gamespot.com, seven games through Core Games are now free for November.
Seven free games are currently up for grabs for Amazon Prime members. Prime Gaming’s November 2022 freebie lineup includes Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, WRC 9, Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, Facility 47, Etherborn, Whispering Willows, and Last Day of June. As usual, subscribers can also grab loot for popular games like Apex Legends, Pokemon Go, and Grand Theft Auto Online.
The standout in terms of name recognition is obviously Fallout: New Vegas. The beloved RPG developed by Obsidian Entertainment was originally released in 2010 for consoles and PC. New Vegas improved the game systems featured in Fallout 3 and offered a greater variety of missions. With a huge open world and a huge collection of side quests, New Vegas was engaging even after finishing the main campaign. Although it may seem dated today, New Vegas is still worth visiting for the first time or revisiting. The Ultimate Edition also includes a bunch of bonus content, so you might end up sinking north of 100 hours into New Vegas.
WRC 9 isn’t the newest game in the rally franchise, but for any racing fans who haven’t played this series before, this might be a great chance to give it a try. WRC features authentic off-road racing mechanics, numerous cars and courses, and numerous single and multiplayer game modes.
Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade are just the latest in a growing line of classic games from LucasArts to be free for Amazon Prime members. Originally released in 1989, this point-and-click adventure follows the story beats of the film of the same name while introducing new locations.
Prime Gaming also almost always offers lesser-known indie games that generally have positive reviews. Etherborn is an environmental puzzle-platformer; Last Day of June is an interactive adventure with a heartfelt love story; Whispering Willows is a horror puzzle game that follows Elena’s quest to find her father; and Facility 47 is a puzzle game set in a research facility in Antarctica.
Want to access these free games, but aren’t a Prime member? You can sign up for a 30 day free trial. Once you claim the games, they are yours forever.
Article was written by Steven Petite at Gamespot.com