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PC users can download 7 free games, yours to keep forever

PC users can download 7 free games, yours to keep forever

Prime Gaming's June drop has been revealed

I can quite confidently say that I don’t know a single person whose gaming backlog isn’t bursting at the seams.

Does that stop us from adding extra games to the pile? Certainly not.

The more, the merrier I say as my backlog groans under its own ever-growing weight.

It’s just hard to say no to new games, particularly when they’re free, as is the case with the subject of today’s article.

PC users can now download and enjoy seven free games courtesy of the latest Prime Gaming drop.

Of course, it goes without saying that you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime customer in order to access Prime Gaming.

Who’s tuning into PlayStation’s State of Play tonight? Here’s to hoping those rumours of an Astro’s Playroom sequel are true.

June’s Prime Gaming drop consists of Star Wars Battlefront II Classic, Weird West Definitive Edition, Genesis Noir, Everdream Valley, Mythforce, Blast Brigade vs. the Evil Legion of Dr. Cread, and Projection: First Light.

It’s not the most dazzling line-up we’ve ever seen but Star Wars Battlefront II Classic is a nice headliner.

Do note that this is the classic version, not the re-release that launched earlier this year.

That might be for the best though as that re-release launched in rather a sorry state with the vast majority of players actually unable to access the game’s multiplayer servers.

It’s in a much better condition now but even still, I think I’d take the warm nostalgia of the original release personally.

You won’t be able to play online against others in the classic version but you can enjoy the single-player campaign and play against bots in the multiplayer component.

All titles can be claimed from 6 June.

Featured Image Credit: Amazon, LucasArts

Topics: PC, Free Games, Amazon