Everyone loves free stuff. I mean who doesn't like waking up in the morning and opening their e-mail and realizing that they have free stuff? It's awesome right? There's nothing better in the world other than waking up and realizing you just won $1 million bucks. Well, maybe there is something better... free games with a Twitch Prime Day giveaway. The livestreaming company announced that it's giving away lots of free games for Twitch Prime subscribers, and it's all part of the Prime Day celebration that's currently underway and will run through part of July.
The announcement revealed that between July 2nd, 2018 and July 18th, 2018, Twitch Prime members will be on the receiving end of free games. This is all part of the Prime Day celebration, which actually doesn't get underway on Amazon until July 16th. However, for everyone who already has a Twitch Prime subscription, the celebration comes early.
If you have a Twitch Prime account all you have to do is log into the Twitch and head to the offers page, and you can begin retrieving the games.
Claims on the games can be made each day from now up until July 18th, with new games being offered each day. The best part about it is that each of the games available to be claimed will stay with you forever. They won't expire or get taken away or get removed from your software library.
Various Twitch streamers will also help promote the daily giveaways, and a full itinerary of the schedule is available for viewing over on the Twitch blog.
There's a layout of the games being given away throughout the first half of July, and it includes Pillars of Eternity Definitive Edition, which will be available between July 2nd and July 4th. SNK's Metal Slug 3 and The Last Blade -- two really awesome games from the NeoGeo -- will be available between July 3rd through August 2nd. Toxic Studios' Q.U.B.E. 2 for PC will be available between July 3rd and July 4th, while Twinkle Star Sprites will be available between July 3rd and August 2nd.
The recently released Battle Chef Brigade will be available between July 4th and July 11th, while Manual Samuel can be downloaded starting July 5th through July 12th. GoNNER will be up next between July 6th and July 13th, while Next Up Hero is next up, with a July 7th rollout, and it will be followed by Uurnong Uurnlimited on July 8th, and Hue on July 9th.
If you're a fan of point-and-click games, Deponia Doomsday will be available on July 10th, with the cyberpunk sci-fi thriller, Observer, close behind on July 11th. You'll be able to experience the space-drama of Tacoma on July 12th with the puzzle game, The Bridge, being made available on July 13th, and Tim Schafer's Brutal Legend coming behind it on July 14th.
The free games will begin to wind down starting with The Red Strings Club on July 15th, Tyranny on July 16th, with Double Fine's Broken Age coming up right behind it on July 17th, and both The Framed Collection and Serial Cleaner being the final games made available on July 18th.