Free games. We all love them. So with that in mind, here's news of a free game that you can get, right now. Well, subject to a certain subscription, anyway. Inverted-commas around the 'free', perhaps? I guess, but it's not like Amazon Prime isn't already used by millions of you, so...
So, now you, Amazon Prime member, can get your hands on EA DICE's Battlefield 4 for absolutely no money whatsoever. That's right, the celebrated 2013-released shooter, that some fans consider to be The Last Good One (or so someone else just told me, honestly these games aren't my thing at all), is available for free from June 1 (yesterday!) to June 20 (some days in the future!) for all Prime members.
Battlefield 6 is coming, we know it is, but before it arrives let's all laugh at these Battlefield Wins and Fails...
Earning many positive reviews in 2013, Battlefield 4 was praised for its awesome array of multiplayer modes, while its campaign was, yeah, it was there. Says the Amazon Prime blurb that accompanies this news:
"Battlefield 4 is the genre-defining action blockbuster, made from moments that blur the line between game and glory. The critically acclaimed first-person shooter offers players a visceral, dramatic experience unlike any other, as they take on over-the-top and dangerous missions as an esteemed member of the U.S. Marines during the fictional 'War of 2020'."
Sure, it kinda feels like we've been through a war, this past year or so, just, not quite like the one the game's on about. Prime members can redeem a game code - one per membership - for the standard edition of Battlefield 4, via Origin. Also on offer to Prime members, right now, is a wealth of in-game content for titles including FIFA 21, Apex Legends and Rainbow Six Siege. Click to the official Prime Gaming website for more info.
Our first proper, like, properly proper look at Battlefield 6 is set for next week - as per this info, right here. You can find out everything we know and think we know about the next instalment in this famous series, right here. It might just be called Battlefield, because, why not? God of War pulled it off, so.
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