Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Twitch's new program gives Amazon Prime subscribers free games

Twitch's new program gives Amazon Prime subscribers free games

That's 10 games in the next two months, all for FREE and yours to keep forever.

On April 1, another five games will go free for Prime members. In the coming months, you can expect to see the remainder of the Indie Amplifier games, such as Tumblestone and High Hell.

And going into April, Tales from the Borderlands, SteamWorld Dig 2, Kingsway, Tokyo 42 and Dubwars will be sliding into the inbox of those paying for Twitch or Amazon Prime. The eight titles of the company's Indie Amplifier initiative will be given out over the next few months in the program, including victor Shadow Tactics and Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation. The victor, Shadow Tactics, will naturally be featured in March.

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Twitch and Amazon formulate yet another big subscription-engaging strategy by giving out a slew of free games every month. As the name suggests, this is where Twitch Prime members can receive free games on a monthly basis, with the first giveaway starting on the 15th of March.

We're not sure yet how the games will be delivered to you, but it's likely to be through the Twitch desktop application. Ever since it arrived it launched in 2016, subscribers were privy to free games every so often. Considering Amazon has a lot of Prime subscribers already, this is a good way to grab the attention of those who may not previously have been interested in Twitch.

Free Games With Prime seems to be a similar scheme to Sony's PlayStation Plus and Games With Gold from Xbox. Other subscription services require users to maintain their subscription to keep their games.

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