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Two Epic War Shooters Are Free To Download Via Amazon Prime

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Two Epic War Shooters Are Free To Download Via Amazon Prime

Publisher Electronic Arts is gearing up for the release of Battlefield 2042 by making its two most recent entries free to download - sort of.

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World War I shooter Battlefield 1 is available to download for free via PC for all Amazon Prime customers right now. Its World War 2 sequel, Battlefield V, will be free from August 2 until October 1.

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Battlefield insider Tom Henderson teased last week that Battlefield 1 would be free to download soon, although he was unsure for which platforms or how you could claim the game. Turns out it'll be available for free for all Prime customers until August 4. All you have to do is head to Prime Gaming and claim your code, which can then be redeemed from EA's Origin store. Easy.

The PC versions of Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V are being made available as free downloads to Amazon Prime subscribers as part of its Prime Gaming offering.

It's not unfair to suggest Battlefield 1, which launched back in 2016, isn't the most-loved game in the franchise. Even so, setting a game during the Great War was a striking choice, especially when stacked up against that year's futuristic sci-fi-themed Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

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Battlefield V came in 2018 and dragged the series back to a more predictable WWII era. Again, it's not the best-remembered entry DICE has ever released, but it's still worth a look ahead of Battlefield 2042.

The announcement of Battlefield 2042 last month saw a huge surge in interest for older Battlefield titles, most notably Battlefield 4. It's unlikely that Battlefied 1 or V was high up on anyone's list of Battlefield games to get back into, but let's see just how successful this Prime promotion is.

Featured Image Credit: EA

Topics: DICE, News, Battlefield 2042, EA

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