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Prime Gaming: Star Wars KOTOR, Baldur's Gate, Hitman… the 13 games offered in July

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun29,2024

Like every month, Amazon Prime subscribers will be offered many free games in July 2024. And there are some nice nuggets on the program, including aStar Warscult game and the improved version of the first< em>Baldur's Gate. So, what are all the games offered with Prime Gaming? We tell you everything in this article.

Prime Gaming: Star Wars KOTOR, Baldur's Gate, Hitman... the 13 games offered in July

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In this month of July 2024, Amazon will delight gamers more than ever. And for good reason, As Prime Day approaches (flash sales reserved for Amazon Prime subscribers), 15 additional games can be collected for free from June 25 to July 11. These come out in waves, and it is already there. possible to obtain 8: Deceive Inc. Tearstone: Thieves of the Heart, The Invisible Hand, Call of Juarez, Forager, Card Shark , Heaven Dust 2 and Soulstice 

Prime Gaming: Star Wars KOTOR, Baldur's Gate, Hitman... the 13 games offered in July

If you are very good at math, you will notice that 7 games are still scheduled to be released between now and July 11th. But in addition, Amazon recently announced that 6 other games would also be offered later in the month. In total, 13 titles will be just waiting to be added to your library. your library. They will be released in four distinct waves, which we detail below.

July 3:

  • Wall World
  • Hitman Absolution
  • Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood

July 11: 

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge 
  • STAR WARS™: Knights of the Old Republic™ II – The Sith Lords
  • Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX
  • Samurai Bringer

July 18:

  • Youtubers Life 2< /li>
  • Maneater
  • Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition

July 25:

  • Cat Quest II
  • Midnight Fight Express
  • Masterplan Tycoon

Of course, not all the games that will be offered for free in July are masterpieces, and not all of them are new. But there are still some that are essential and that turn out to be excellent. We have selected a few for you.

Hitman absolution(July 3)

Released in 2012, Hitman Absolution takes the formula of the famous franchise of infiltration games, but modernizes it by adding ;al action and cinematographic staging. If some fans judge that IO Interactive has distorted the series, the game met with a very big critical success and opened the doors of the franchise to the general public. A clear success.

< h2>star wars: knights of the old republic ii – the sith lords (July 11)

Sequel to Bioware's cult game, “KOTOR II “was developed by Obsidian and released in 200. Despite this development issues, the title offers a wonderful dive into the universe of Star Wars and allows the player to shape their character according to their desires. Excellent RPG, it stands out for its quality. of writing, its choices and its dialogues.

baldur's gate – enhanced edition (July 18)

Over two decades before GOTY Baldur's Gate III, There wasBaldur's Gate, a role-playing game that took place in theDungeons and Dragons universe. Là again, like any good self-respecting RPG, the emphasis is placed on dialogues and choices, with particularly tactical combat. Difficult to do easy to take in hand for a novice, rather visually ugly, the BioWare title still had the good idea of ​​offering itself a Enhanced Editiongiving access to an extension and improvements of all kinds.

Speaking of free games, you have until July 1st to collect a game from Don't Nod studio (Life is Strange) on Steam, without paying anything!

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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