DEATHLOOP will be free this month through Prime Gaming

Deathloop is headlining Amazon’s free Prime Gaming game selection for December 2023

If you subscribe to Amazon Prime, you may not know that your subscription also gives you access to free games and in-game content. Prime Gaming is a lesser known, and underused part of Amazon’s prime subscription, but it is well worth using if you are a PC gamer. Previous Prime Gaming offers have included games like Control, Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, and many other great titles.

This month, Prime Gaming’s headline free title is Arkane’s Deathloop. Deathloop launched on PC and PlayStation 5 in 2021 and arrived later on Xbox in 2022. The game is a first-person immersive sim that received a huge number of positive reviews at launch. Since launch, the game has been updated on PC several times to boosts its performance. It has also been updated with new features like DLSS and FSR 2. Through Prime, PC gamers will be able to redeem a free Epic Games Store copy of Deathloop.

Prime Gaming’s December Free Game Lineup is as follows.

  • DEATHLOOP (Epic Games Store) – 7th of December
  • Akka Arrh (Amazon Games App) – 14th of December
  • Aground (Amazon Games App) – 14th of December
  • SeaOrama: World of Shipping (Amazon Games App) – 14th of December
  • Kombinera (Epic Games Store) – 21st of December
  • A Tiny Sticker Tale (Amazon Games App) – 28th of December
  • Asteroids: Recharged (Epic Games Store) – 28th of December

Right now, subscribers to Amazon Prime are able to redeem for themselves free copes of games like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Caverns of Mars: Regarded, QUBE: Directors cut and more.

PC gamers will be able to redeem their free copy of Deathloop on December 7th through Amazon’s Prime Gaming service.

You can join the discussion on Deathloop becoming available for free through Prime Gaming on the OC3D Forums.

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