Rage 2 and DOOM 3 are currently free for Prime Gaming subscribers

If you are an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can grab two great FPS games for free this week

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, the headline games that are “included with Prime” are Rage 2: Deluxe Edition, and DOOM 3. Both of these games are great FPS titles, and Amazon are offering these titles for free to Prime Subscribers.

RAGE 2 comes from Avalanche Games, the studio behind the Just Cause series. id Software, the creators of DOOM, co-developed RAGE 2. This goes a long way towards making RAGE 2 an excellent FPS. If you are a fan of DOOM (2016) and DOOM Eternal, you will enjoy RAGE 2. Through Prime Gaming, RAGE 2 is available for free to subscribers in the form of an Epic Games Store code. You can read our performance review for the game here.

DOOM 3 is an older FPS. The game launched in 2004 and used id Software’s id Tech 4 engine. The game received positive reviews at launch and remains highly regarded to this day. Through Prime Gaming, subscribers can access a free DOOM 3 code for GOG.

Amazon’s Prime Gaming service offers PC gamers access to a huge amount of gaming content. This includes content for World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Apex Legends and more. Currently, over 30 games are available for free to subscribers, with many of these games being classic titles or smaller indie games.

PC gamers can grab free copies of DOOM 3 and RAGE 2 through Amazon’s Prime Gaming service here.

You can join the discussion on both Rage 2 and DOOM 3 being available for free to Amazon Prime Gaming subscribers on the OC3D Forums.

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