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Here are all the free games up for grab in next month of Prime Gaming

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The next set of free games and prizes from Prime Gaming has been released. Amazon Prime members will be able to get five free games starting February 1st, including the fantastic 4X strategy game Stellaris.

Prime members may also get in-game items for popular games like Destiny 2, Splitgate, FIFA 22, and the recently released Rainbow Six Extraction, as usual.

Stellaris is a science fiction strategy game created by Paradox and released in 2016. Your objective is to build a galactic empire by exploring new worlds, interacting with other cultures in both friendly and hostile ways, and commanding a diverse fleet for exploration and combat. Stellaris is a 4X strategy game with a lot of replay value thanks to randomly generated planets, creatures, quests, and even galaxy types. In our Stellaris review, it received a 7 out of 10 ratings.


In addition to Stellaris, you can claim As Far As The Eye, Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey, Double Kick Heroes, and Golazo Soccer League, all of which are roguelike resource management games.

You’ll also want to claim your free stuff if you’re a Prime member in February. The Rubicon Phase Bundle for Rainbow Six Extraction is leading the way. Every Operator receives an exclusive outfit and headpiece as part of this cosmetic DLC. More DLC for FIFA 22 Ultimate Team is out, including seven Gold Rare Players. Other notable drops include a content pack for PUBG: Battlegrounds and up to $400K for Grand Theft Auto Online.

Even if your Prime subscription expires, you can keep the freebies. You may collect the nine free games available for January if you sign up today, including Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Total War: Warhammer.

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Free Prime Gaming titles in February 2022

Starting February 1st, it will be available.

  • Stellaris
  • As Far As The Eye
  • Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey
  • Double Kick Heroes
  • Golazo Soccer League

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