Amazon has given Prime Gaming customers a list of new games to play. This time, those who are interested will get six games, one of which is a remastered version of a Blizzard classic called StarCraft: Remastered. Next week, you’ll be able to get the productions.
Amazon keeps adding more games to Prime Gaming. We just announced that six new games will be available to Amazon Prime members starting August 1. The company confirmed the latest leak and is getting StarCraft: Remastered ready for customers.
6 games free for Prime Gaming customers in August
- StarCraft: Remastered
- Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders
- Beasts of Maravilla Island
- Family Mysteries: Poisonous Promises
Blizzard’s refreshed game hit the market in 2017 and received ratings of 85%. Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders is a 1988 classic from Lucasfilm Games, and the adventure game Beasts of Maravilla Island debuted in 2021, but the position was not noticed by many journalists.
Recompile is an action game (56-68%, 2021), and ScourgeBringer is one of the classic, two-dimensional platformers with elements of a croissant (75-80%, 2020). At the end of the list there is also Family Mysteries: Poisonous Promises – this is the position of the Polish studio Artifex Mundi, which, however, did not gain much attention.
It’s hard not to get the impression that the August Prime Gaming is average, but it is worth remembering about the Ubisoft promotion, thanks to which you can play the titles of the French producer and publisher for free for seven days .