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Snag Battlefield 4 For Free On PC With Amazon Prime Ahead Of Prime Day

The version of Battlefield 4 being given away doesn't include all of the game's DLC.

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With its next title peeking over the horizon, players now have a way to jump into the last modern Battlefield game for free. Amazon Prime members can claim a free copy of Battlefield 4 for Origin until June 20, the latest of Prime Gaming's monthly giveaways.

Prime Gaming is a free benefit included with any Amazon Prime subscription, and all you need is to be signed into your Prime account to claim the free game code, which you can then redeem in the Origin client. Keep in mind that the code you'll receive through Prime Gaming is for Battlefield 4's standard edition. That means you won't be able to access any of the game's five DLC packs: China Rising, Second Assault, Naval Strike, Dragon's Teeth, or Final Stand. That being said, the standard edition of Battlefield 4 still offers a wide array of content, including some of the game's best maps.

Along with Battlefield 4, Prime Gaming members can also claim rewards for Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, FIFA 21, Valorant, Rainbow Six Siege, and Apex Legends. A number of other games are also free to claim this month, including Batman: The Telltale Series and Mugsters.

The Battlefield 4 giveaway is an early Prime Day deal that's available in the lead-up to the big sale, which will take place June 21 and 22. Gamers can expect to find deals on games for every platform, as well as discounts on peripherals and computer parts. For more details on Prime Day and how to take full advantage of the sale, check out our full guide to Amazon Prime Day 2021.

In other Battlefield news, EA has announced an official reveal date for the next entry in the franchise. The next Battlefield game will have its first trailer launch on June 9 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET. Supposedly, the upcoming title will feature a modern setting, making it the first entry in the franchise to do so since the launch of Battlefield Hardline in 2015.

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