It’s starting to feel like summer, and there’s no better way to beat the heat than with some cool air conditioning and a collection of new games. Twitch Prime gives away a bundle of free games every month, and June’s collection is available now. The best part is that these games can be yours to keep forever, but you need to claim them soon.
The June promotion includes a total of five games from various indie developers. The most notable title is Observer, a cyberpunk thriller starring the late, great Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner). If you missed the opportunity to pick it up free from the Epic Games Store, this is your second chance.
Observer released to positive reviews, but it’s not an experience for the faint of heart. Check out the wild launch trailer for an idea of what to expect in this adventure.
In addition to Observer, the Prime bundle also includes Forsaken Remastered, Steel Rats, The Flame in the Flood, and Project Warlock. There’s a good mix of genres included here, which means one of these is sure to please. Besides, who can say no to a game that evokes the nostalgia of a classic Doom experience like Project Warlock does?
Come and get it
The premium service from Twitch offers all kinds of perks, from in-game loot to game giveaways such as these. The prime membership can be purchased, but Amazon Prime members get it for free. If that applies to you, simply link your Amazon account to Twitch and access will be granted. The Prime bundle can also be acquired with a free trial for those who don’t want an ongoing paid service.
There are plenty of other opportunities to acquire free games via Twitch Prime, too. SNK recently partnered up with Twitch to give away a bunch of classics throughout the summer. Don’t forget that next month means new games, so keep checking back for updates on what’s coming next.
Summer is heading our way so we assumed you wanted to stay inside and play more video games 🕹️👑 Claim your #FGWP for June with #TwitchPrime! Starting today, you can play:
🔥 The Flame in the Flood
🪄Project Warlock pic.twitter.com/EuR4Ryf9Z9
— Twitch Prime (@TwitchPrime) June 1, 2020