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Twitch Prime’s July free games line-up is huge

21 titles

Each month, Amazon Prime and Twitch Prime members are given a collection of free games for subscribing to the service (similar to PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold). While there have normally been around 2-3 titles in a given month, Twitch is going all out to celebrate “Amazon Prime Day.” From July 2 to July 17, subscribers to the service will receive a new game each day that they can keep forever.

Each game will be up for grabs for only a limited time, so you’ll have to act fast if you’re interested in any of them. The selection is pretty solid, as well, so I’d recommend checking out at least a handful of them.

  • Pillars of Eternity: Definitive Edition – July 2-4
  • QUBE2 – July 3-4
  • Battle Chef Brigade – July 4-11
  • Manuel Samuel – July 5-12
  • GoNNER – July 6-13
  • Next Up Hero – July 7-14
  • Uurnong Uurnlimited – July 8-14
  • Hue – July 9-15
  • Deponia Doomsday – July 10-16
  • >Observer – July 11-17
  • Tacoma – July 12-18
  • Brutal Legend – July 13-26
  • The Red Strings Club – July 15-21
  • Tyranny – July 16-18
  • Broken Age – July 17-31
  • The Framed Collection – July 18-31
  • Serial Cleaner – July 18-31
  • Metal Slug 3 – July 3 – Aug 2
  • The Last Blade – July 3 – Aug 2
  • Twinkle Star Sprites – July 3 – Aug 2

Get ready for the biggest game giveaway in Twitch Prime history [Twitch]

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