During this whole month, Amazon Prime members can get their hands on a number of free PC games, one of which is an Assassin’s Creed game.
The September Prime Gaming lineup for Amazon includes free Assassin’s Creed Origins, after last month’s free copy of StarCraft: Remastered for Prime members. The 2017 official launch signified a drastic departure from the saga’s usual formula, dialling back the series’ signature cloaking gameplay in favour of more traditional role-playing game features. It established a new model that was adopted by subsequent games like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
You take on the role of a desert wanderer named Bayek who is free to roam Ancient Egypt just before the Roman incursion. Typical Assassin’s Creed features, such as free-roaming discovery, melee fighting, a levelling mechanism, constructing dynamics, and historical references, will all be present.
A free copy of Middle-earth: Shadow of War will additionally be up for grabs. This is yet another potential action role-playing game where the key emphasis is on leaping around old, crumbling Orc strongholds and killing the evil forces of Sauron. The Archenemy scheme, during which particular foes memorise you and advance in Mordor’s military ranks because of it, is as interesting as it was when the game first came out, five years ago.