Amazon has announced the September content update for its Prime Gaming platform, where a slew of games are on offer without any extra cost. Users can download Football Manager 2023 for free during the specified period, and apart from that, other in-game deals are also available, such as Call of Duty fans can claim the World Series of Warzone Designated Driver Bundle for Call of Duty: Warzone.
Talking of the games first, Amazon Prime Gaming is offering several free titles throughout September, with the first game available to claim to start on September 7, it being Football Manager 2023, that’ll be available via Epic Games store. Then on September 14, you’ll be able to get your hands on Ozymandias: Bronze Age Empire Sim. On the same day, you can also download Absolute Tactics: Daughters of Mercy.
Further, on September 21, Dexter Stardust: Adventures in Outer Space and Shotgun King: The Final Checkmate will become available. Lastly, on September 28, you’ll be able to get Unsolved Case: Murderous Script Collector’s Edition and Hundred Days — Winemaking Simulator. So these were the 7 titles that will be available to download for free in September through Amazon Prime Gaming.
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Amazon Prime Gaming: Free In-game items for September 2023
As we mentioned, there are not only new titles, but there are a few sets of in-game items that will also be claimable during September 2023, thanks to Prime Gaming. Starting on September 6, Amazon Prime members will be able to claim new content to deck out their characters. The items include a Strawberry Backpack, 1000 kudos and Doggo Slippers.
During the 2023 World Series of Warzone event, running until September 16, Call of Duty fans can claim the World Series of Warzone Designated Driver Bundle for Call of Duty: Warzone until September 21. In FIFA 23, Prime Gaming members can claim the September Prime Gaming Pack until September 18.
Until September 29, Destiny 2 players can claim the Dawn of Invention Exotic Emote Bundle. Other in-game content is also available from Teamfight Tactics (September 7), New World (September 8), ROBLOX (September 12), Pokémon GO (September 15), League of Legends (September 18) and much more. Amazon Luna subscribers in supported regions can also try a new selection of games for free.