Twitch Launches 'Free Games With Prime' Program For Subscribers

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Through a blog post, Twitch announced Games With Prime, a new program that will deliver free PC games to all Twitch Prime subscribers. First up are the victor, Shadow Tactics, and strategy-RPG Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation.

We're digging into our archives to bring you the best of our previously released games, starting with a pair of critically acclaimed titles: Superhot and Oxenfree. Ever since it arrived it launched in 2016, subscribers were privy to free games every so often.

Just recently, fans were presented with a list of games to vote on as part of the Twitch Prime Indie Amplifier promotion, with the victor being released for free through Twitch Prime this week. The eight titles of the company's Indie Amplifier initiative will be given out over the next few months in the program, including victor Shadow Tactics and Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation.

Following in the footsteps of its subscription competitors, Twitch Prime, which is included in Amazon Prime subscriptions, has now become more like PlayStation Plus and Xbox LIVE Gold by doling out a monthly allotment of free games.

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Finally, the 2.5D beat 'em up Mr. All five of these games will be available to Prime members until March 31.

The first month is a bit short, as it will be introduced on March 15.

If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber and don't take advantage of Twitch Prime, now is a good time to connect your accounts. If you do not know, we want to tell you that it is a client from which you can have direct access to your favorite channels of Twitch and enjoy the games you have achieved through this service.

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