15 March, 2018
Free games have intermittently been made available to Twitch Prime subscribers in the past, of course - and members can now download Devil May Cry HD for free. What do you think about Twitch's Free Games with Prime initiative?
As the Twitch blog explains, the Free Games with Prime offers comes off the back of a very successful Twitch Prime Indie Amplifier.
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The games being offered by Twitch are previously released critically acclaimed titles from its archives.
Twitch users who don't have Twitch Prime, unfortunately, will miss out, so if you don't want to pay for these games, this subscription is certainly appealing. The company has intermittently provided free games in the past, like Devil May Cry HD, which can be downloaded even now. Users will be able to access their free games on Thursday. Twitch is calling this a "levelling-up" of your Twitch Prime accounts. Users need to act within that timeframe or else the listing will get refreshed with other titles.
Basically, each month there will be a selection of free PC games. The subscription will run you $12.99 per month, or $99 per year, and give you access to all of the Amazon Prime benefits. Also, keep in mind this is new and, most likely, Twitch Prime will include more in the deal (if they're just a little generous), in 2018 and beyond.