Amazon Prime Members Can Claim 6 Free Games In October 2023
Amazon is going all in on survival-horror, spooky adventures, and supernatural tourism for Prime Gaming in October.
With a new month almost here, Amazon Prime members can look forward to a refreshed selection of games with the October Prime Gaming library. In the spookiest of months, Prime Gaming is offering a fitting supernatural adventure, Korean horror, a monstrous prom, and more to celebrate the Halloween season. As usual, these games can be claimed from the Prime Gaming hub, and subscribers can also grab some extra loot in October for several online multiplayer games.
Prime Gaming free games for October 2023
- Ghostwire: Tokyo
- The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters Deluxe Edition
- Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp
- The Textorcist
- Super Adventure Hand
The marquee title for October is easily Ghostwire: Tokyo, a fun first-person spell-slinger in which you can run around Tokyo busting malevolent ghosts haunting the Shibuya district. Formerly a PlayStation and PC exclusive, Ghostwire: Tokyo arrived on Xbox Series X|S several months ago. Developed by Tango Gameworks, the same studio behind Hi-Fi Rush and The Evil Within, Ghostwire: Tokyo is a stylish romp through an open-world section of Tokyo that hides plenty of secrets, spectres, and threats that you'll have to manage while weaving spells. It's not terribly frightening, but it does have several great jump-scares mixed in with its action.
The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is a more terrifying game in comparison, as this Korean survival-horror game tasks you with leaving a deserted school and surviving the horrors that lurk in the night. You'll need to use everything at your disposal to avoid a demoness hellbent on murdering you, explore the surrounding Sehwa district, and uncover the shadow realm's dark secrets in this stylish game where you'll never feel safe.
For something that won't put you in danger of cardiac arrest, there's Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp, a multiplayer dating sim with wonderful art and humor. Like the previous game, you'll be romancing your way through a summer camp filled with new and familiar monster faces while making use of the campfire mechanics to find your one true love. Then there's The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibia, a punishing and brutal bullet hell game where you'll have to dodge projectiles and type out exorcisms.
GRUNND is a handcrafted mystery adventure where you travel through a town that appears ordinary on the surface but has a surreal and twisted nature lurking beneath that facade. A blend of narrative-driven noir and sci-fi, this unnerving adventure sees you uncovering hidden agendas and lurking gods. Lastly, Super Adventure Hand is a bizarre handventure game in which you control an appendage across several gripping 3D platforming stages. It sounds like a handful, but at least it's a fun premise.
Amazon Prime members can also grab a selection of Halloween skins, in-game currency, and more for games like Asphalt 9: Legends, Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare 2, Dead by Daylight, Diablo IV, Roblox, and more in October. Subscribers can also stream a handful of games at no extra charge throughout the month via the Prime Gaming Channel on Amazon Luna. The list of games includes Devil May Cry 5, Trackmania, Orbital Bullet, Dusk, and Bee Simulator.
If you're interested in the freebies but don't have a Prime membership, new members can sign up for a free 30-day trial. Even if you aren't eligible, you could always grab a one-month membership for $15 to claim these games. Once you claim them, they are yours to keep forever.
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