Amazon: Prime Gaming in January 2022 – Leak names strong “free” games

Amazon is still covered with the list of “free” games on Prime Gaming in January 2022. However, there are already initial indications of the possible line-up: One about the Website preisjaeger.at published leak names five games from the list for the current month. If the information is true, Prime members will receive, among other things, the hospital simulation Two Point Hospital in January 2022. You can read that it’s worth taking a look in our detailed review of Two Point Hospital.

WRC 7 in January at Prime Gaming?

Racing game fans, on the other hand, should get their money’s worth with WRC 7, which will also be part of Prime Gaming in January 2022. The full versions of Abandon Ship, In other Waters and Paper Beast: Folded Edition are apparently also included with a Prime membership. It remains to be seen whether Amazon will distribute more “free” games in the current month. It is possible that we will receive more information later today. A Look at the Prime Gaming website shows that the “free” December games are only available today – after that the line-up changes. So it is likely that the January games will be released for download today.

Release today

Until the release of the new full versions, you can secure yourself, among other things, Frostpunk, Journey to the Savage Planet, Tales of Monkey Island: Chapters 1 to 5 and Spellcaster University “free of charge”. To get access, you need an active one Prime membership: The monthly subscription costs 7.99 euros. New customers receive the first month free of charge.

Prime Gaming: Possible January Games (Leak)

  • WRC 7
  • Two Point Hospital
  • Abandon Ship
  • In other Waters
  • Paper Beast: Folded Edition

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Two Point Hospital: Test video for the crazy hospital simulation

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