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Now Playing: Final Fantasy 14: Shadowbringers - Extended Cinematic Teaser Trailer

Twitch Prime members have no shortage of freebies to claim this month. On top of February's batch of free games, which will be available through the end of the month, one more title is now up for grabs for Amazon Prime members: Square Enix's popular MMO, Final Fantasy XIV.

From now until May 3, Twitch Prime users can download the Final Fantasy XIV: Starter Edition on PC at no charge. The Starter Edition includes the base game, which allows users to play up through level 50, as well as a free 30-day subscription to the game.

As with other Twitch Prime games, Final Fantasy XIV: Starter Edition will be yours to keep forever, but you'll need to subscribe in order to continue playing once the free 30-day period ends. To claim your free copy, simply click on the crown-shaped Prime Loot icon on Twitch's website. You can find additional details on Square Enix's website.

Square Enix recently confirmed that Final Fantasy XIV's next expansion, Shadowbringers, will launch for PS4 and PC on July 2. The expansion will introduce a load of new content to the game, including new dungeons, environments, and classes, including the Gunbreaker. The expansion will also allow players to play as a Viera, the rabbit-like race Final Fantasy XII's Fran belonged to.

Twitch Prime is one of the benefits you receive with an Amazon Prime membership. In addition to Final Fantasy XIV: Starter Edition, Twitch Prime users can grab five other free titles for PC right now: Pikuniku, Dear Esther: Landmark Edition, Downwell, The Flame in the Flood, and Draknek & Co Puzzle Collection. All five will be free to download until February 28.

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