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'Mass Effect Legendary Edition' Is Free To Download This Month

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'Mass Effect Legendary Edition' Is Free To Download This Month

Mass Effect Legendary Edition, one of the greatest and most epic trilogies in gaming, will be entirely free to download and keep this month.

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If you've never played BioWare's celebrated sci-fi RPG trilogy, 2020's remastered Mass Effect Legendary Edition is undoubtedly the best way to experience Commander Shepard's fight against the Reapers. Fortunately, it'll soon be available for free - just not for everyone.

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To celebrate the upcoming Amazon Prime Day (which rather confusingly lasts more than a day), Amazon is giving away around 30 games entirely free to Amazon Prime members. As always, these offers are only available to paid-up Prime subscribers, and the games can only be redeemed on PC.

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Amazon Prime Day itself will take place between July 12-13, but from June 21 Prime members will be able to download the following games: GRID Legends, Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Need for Speed Heat, Star Wars Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy, Star Wars Jedi Knight II – Jedi Outcast, Star Wars Republic Command, 10 Second Ninja X, 8Doors: Arum’s Afterlife Adventure, Addling Adventures, Bang Bang Racing, Clouds & Sheep 2, Death Squared, Fatal Fury Special, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, Gone Viral, HUE, Manual Samuel, Metal Slug 2, Metal Unit, Pumped BMX Pro, Puzzle of the Year - 10 Pack, Rain World, Road Trip — 3 Pack, Samurai Shodown II, Serial Cleaner, The Crow’s Eye, The Darkside Detective, The King of Fighters 2000, The King of Fighters 2002, and The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor. Phew.

As always, Prime members will be able to find and download the currently available free games from here. Don't miss out if you can help it.

Featured Image Credit: EA

Topics: Mass Effect, Bioware

Ewan Moore
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