Ahead of the upcoming reveal, the Amazon Prime Gaming free games for November 2022 leak online. Subscribers will be able to claim the Amazon Prime Gaming free games for October 2022 until the new titles replace them. The current free games include the following: Fallout 76, Total War: Warhammer 2, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Glass Masquerade: Origins, LOOM, Hero’s Hour, and Horace.
To claim these games, Amazon users really only need a Prime subscription. Amazon Prime Gaming is a benefit of the standard subscription, like Prime Video, but because of this method, many subscribers may not even be aware they have it. Given the service’s recent selection of games though, it’s definitely something fans don’t want to sleep on.
According to Billbil-kun, the new titles for November 2022 include Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship, Last Day of June, Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, Etherborn, Whispering Willows, and Facility 47. As far as the veracity of this leak goes, it’s more trustworthy than most others on the internet. Subscribers should still take this with a grain of salt, but Billbil-kun has leaked several PS Plus and Epic Games Store free releases in the past. Their leaks for PS Plus, for example, essentially revealed the games ahead of Sony for several months in a row, though that has tapered off in recent months.
Furthermore, this selection fits Amazon’s typical approach perfectly. Amazon Prime Gaming usually features 2-3 headlining titles supported by a handful of indies that some may have never heard of. In this case, Fallout: New Vegas, WRC 9, and Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade are iconic names that are easy to spot. The rest are all interesting games that fans should try out regardless; free is free, after all.
Amazon Prime Gaming Titles for November 2022
- Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition
- WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship
- Last Day of June
- Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade
- Whispering Willows
- Facility 47
Interestingly enough, it seems Amazon Prime Gaming is perhaps trying to host new patterns to excite fans. It’s hardly any coincidence that Fallout: New Vegas is following Fallout 76 on Amazon Prime Gaming, and while they are different franchises, WRC 9 is also following Need for Speed Heat. Racing fans and Fallout fans who use the service have eaten well for the past couple of months, and it’ll be interesting to see if this trend continues in December.
Amazon Prime Gaming subscribers get a handful of games every month.
Source: Billbil-kun (via Dealabs)