Quake, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and More Headline Prime Gaming’s December Offerings

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Amazon has revealed that Prime subscribers will be able to claim eight free titles in the month of December as part of their Prime Gaming benefits, including Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Banners of Ruin, and Quake, id Software’s classic 1996 dark fantasy shooter that received an enhanced re-release for modern platforms in August 2021 with 4K resolution, widescreen support, dynamic lighting, and more as part of the franchise’s 25th anniversary:

Prime Gaming is offering eight free titles starting on December 1! This month’s lineup brings players a variety of gameplay, from taking charge of your own circus in The Amazing American Circus to trying to escape earth on your hoverbike in Desert Child.

  • Quake — Defeat the ancient evil that threatens humanity by fighting corrupted knights, ogres and an army of twisted creatures across four dark dimensions of infested military bases, ancient medieval castles, lava-filled dungeons and gothic cathedrals in search of the four magic runes.
  • Rose Riddle 2: Werewolf Shadow — Solve the mystery of the Werewolf Shadow as Rose Riddle, a top sleuth and unwitting princess of the realm. Travel from one beautiful location to the next to collect evidence you need to solve the crime and stop the emerging disaster before it’s too late.!
  • The Amazing American Circus — Take charge of your run-down circus as you build your troupe, manage your circus camp, explore Gilded Age America and amaze your audience to become the leader of a show the world has never seen!
  • Banners of Ruin — Assemble your party! Answer the call and win the war by building a deck and fighting a series of turn-based combats with up to six characters through the city of Dawn’s Point.
  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons — From visionary Swedish film director Josef Fares and top-tier developer Starbreeze Studios, guide two brothers simultaneously on an epic fairy tale journey by solving puzzles, exploring diverse locations and fighting boss battles to bring back the “Water of Life.”
  • Spinch — From the award-winning Canadian cartoonist Jesse Jacobs, transcend the material realm as Spinch, a hyper-agile organism on a quest to rescue its litter of missing offspring in this side-scrolling, psychedelic platformer.
  • Desert Child — Escape Earth before it explodes by playing as a hungry, young hoverbike racer to hunt bounties, throw races and do whatever it takes to get to Mars and win the Grand Prix!
  • Doors: Paradox — Unravel this mysterious adventure about chaos by making your way through a variety of handmade 3D scenes in search of useful objects, discovering hidden clues to solve fun puzzles!

Amazon Luna’s Prime Gaming Channel December offerings:

  • Windjammers 2
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero
  • Dusk
  • Joggernauts
  • The Smurfs: Mission Vileaf

Exclusive in-game content from Prime Gaming this month:

  • In Lost Ark, Prime members can claim the Battle Item Chests Pack, including Healing Battle Item Chest, Utility Battle Item Chest, Offensive Battle Item Chest, Buff Battle Item Chest, Crystalline Aura (5-day use) and Amethyst Shard Pack (500 shards) through December 13.
  • Until January 4, Prime members can embark on the ultimate co-op missions in Destiny 2 with the Concentric Dawn Exotic Bundle, including a Concentric Dawn Exotic Sparrow, Woomera B-5 Exotic Ship, Adonis Shell Exotic Ghost and the Duel Legendary Emote.
  • In New World, Prime members can claim the Fruit of the Dunes Cache until December 16, which includes a Resource Pack containing Azoth Vial x10, Runestone Stopwatch, Umbral Shards x500, Charged Sand x10, Acid Tincture x3 and Archaeologist Title while explore a thrilling, open-world MMO filled with danger and opportunity.

Ending soon, Prime Gaming’s current collection of free titles includes Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, WRC 9, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, a point-and-click classic adventure set in Europe, 1938 from LucasArts and Disney.

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