Amazon Prime Gaming Assassin's Creed Origins

Summer is soon coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean your gaming library has to stop growing. If you’ve managed to knock out some of the big hitters that recently released, it might be time to slide into playing something you’ve been putting off for a while. There are any number of must-have experiences launched over the years. And, it looks like Amazon is well in-tune with which those games are. Amazon Prime Gaming is bringing eight free titles to claim for September, including Assassin’s Creed Origins.

While slaying and exploring Egyptian culture would be enough for most, there are still other titles you can claim in September. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition, Football Manager 2022, The Dig, Defend the Rook, We. The Revolution, Castle on the Coast, and World of the Law: Death Mask Collector’s Edition is all up for grabs.

 

More than just games

Although free video games are relatively enough to write home about, there is more to the September offerings than titles alone. For example, Apex Legends recently kicked off Season 14 along with a new playable legend, Vantage. The sniper has a custom rifle as her ultimate ability and can vault to get an elevated look at the battlefield. One of the claimable perks in the Amazon Prime Gaming September bundle is the Vantage Troop Leader Bundle. It includes a Vantage Troop Leader player skin, banner frame, and a colorful Flatline “Overachiever” weapon skin. Other content includes the Dipping Duck Bundle for Two Point Hospital, Help of Eternal Winter for World of Warcraft, and more.Amazon Prime Gaming

For the full list of Amazon Prime Gaming September deals, head over to the Prime Gaming portal. The announcement also comes with exclusive Ubisoft content in tow. In the coming months, Rainbow Six Siege will receive special Operator bundles and boosters. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will also bring new bundles and will launch on September 13, 2022.Apex Legends Vantage Amazon Prime Gaming

Greg Bargas
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