These are the free Amazon Prime Gaming games for July 2022

We’re about to enter a new month, which means there will be a new batch of games that you can collect from Amazon’s gaming site at no extra cost if you’re a Prime member. The free Prime Gaming titles for July 2022 are: Maniac Mansion, Suzerain, Fishing: North Atlantic Ocean and Fell Seal: Arbitrator’s Mark. They are available from July 1.

That might not be the most exciting lineup for a lot of people. However, Prime Day takes place in July and Amazon is giving away a boatload of more games to Prime members. Until July 13, you can claim over 25 indie games, including Death Squared, Fatal Fury Special, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, Gone Viral, HUE, Metal Slug 2, Pumped BMX Pro, Samurai Shodown II, The Darkside Detective and The King of Fighters 2002

During the Prime Day event, which takes place on July 12 and 13, there are a number of AAA games that you can also claim at no extra cost. Those include:

  • Legendary Mass Effect Edition
  • Grid Legends
  • Need for speed: heat
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight II – Jedi Outcast
  • Star Wars Republic Commando

Not a bad selection at all, especially considering Legendary Mass Effect Edition and Grid Legends are recent games.

Prime Gaming members will also be able to collect in-game goodies for a number of other titles in July, such as Fall Guys, FIFA 22, Overwatch, Apex Legends, Valorant and GTA Online.

On the Prime Gaming Channel on Amazon Luna, there’s a new lineup of games for you to check out in July, including some absolute classics. That month’s collection includes Mega Man 11, overcooked! 2, Skate BIRD and Castlevania Anniversary Collection

Speaking of Luna, it’s coming to the Samsung Gaming Hub soon. That service has just started rolling out on Samsung’s 2022 Smart TVs and offers access to several cloud gaming platforms, such as Stadia, NVIDIA GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming. The only other hardware you need is a compatible controller.

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