What you need to know
- Amazon Prime Day is here.
- If you've got a Prime account there are some great free benefits to be had.
- Right now you can get Mass effect Legendary Edition absolutely free.
If you've got an Amazon Prime account or you've created one to take advantage of this week's Prime Day deals, you might as well take advantage of some of the free benefits too, like this completely free copy of Mass Effect Andromeda.
One of the big benefits of Amazon Prime is Prime Gaming, which gets you access to a whole host of free content, including full games as part of you're Amazon Prime subscription. If you're not interested in the latest Prime Day Apple deals, Prime Day iPad deals, Prime Day Apple Watch deals, or anything else, then why not score some free games instead.
If you head to Amazon Gaming right now you can snag the full version of Mass Effect Legendary Edition absolutely free on Origin! The Legendary Edition of Mass Effect gets you all three Mass Effect games remastered on PC, a trio widely considered some of the best games ever made.
Mass Effect isn't the only game on offer. You can also get a bunch of Star Wars Jedi Knight games and GRID Legends, again absolutely free. There are also in-game content options for games like League of Legends, and a Pokémon Go Prime Day bundle that gets you 30x Poké balls, 5x Max Revives, and a Lucky Egg!
When you're done picking up free content, why not check out our roundup of some of the best deals on offer so far this Prime Day, including Prime Day AirPod deals and Prime Day iPhone deals. The deals will only last today and tomorrow, so move fast!
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