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Prime Gaming has revealed that its free games for the month of May are Dead Space 2, The Curse of Monkey Island, Out of Line, Mail Mole + ‘Xpress Deliveries, Cat Quest, and Shattered — Tale of the Forgotten King. All of these titles should be available for Amazon Prime subscribers to claim at no cost from the Prime Gaming portal later today. Members can additionally claim in-game content for Lost Ark, Lords Mobile, Brawlhalla, Destiny 2, FIFA 22, Grand Theft Auto Online, and more.

Prime Gaming’s May Free Games and In-game Content are in Bloom (Prime Gaming)

Dead Space 2 — Return as Isaac Clark to explore The Sprawl and its zero-g environments as players uncover the truth behind the Unitology’s role in the Necromorph epidemic.

The Curse of Monkey Island — Guybrush Threepwood returns to take up the dull blade and his rapier wit against the nefarious demon-pirate LeChuck in the highly anticipated third installment of LucasArts’ popular Monkey Island series.

Out of Line — Play as San who goes on a quest to escape the Factory that was once home in this distinctive hand-drawn 2D adventure game filled with charming puzzles.

Mail Mole + ‘Xpress Deliveries — Dig through Carrotland as Molty, the speediest delivery mole, as he embarks on his quest to save his magical world by making new friends, finding collectibles, solving puzzles and more.

Cat Quest — Purr for joy with this multi award-winning action RPG which brings loot-fueled cat-venture to all players with ultra satisfying combat and magic.

Shattered — Tale of the Forgotten King — With the disappearance of the King, the old world begins to fall apart. Reforge reality in this shadowy action RPG as players traverse this innovative open world platformer.

Amazon Prime members will also find a handful of new titles that can be played for free via Amazon Luna, Amazon’s cloud gaming service. They include Ride 4, Ghostrunner, Monster Truck Championship: Rebel Hunter Edition, and Metal Slug 3, one of SNK’s classic 2D side-scrolling shooters. Amazon’s Luna service features five paid subscription options, including a Plus tier with a library of popular titles from across genres for $9.99/month.

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