Here are the four games you’ll get if you’re a Twitch Prime subscriber in the month of October.
- Darksiders Warmastered Edition. The remaster of 2010’s action-adventure game Darksiders. It’s effectively “what if we made Zelda but it’s dark and gothic”. It’s actually really good, too.
- SOMA. Frictional Games’ inspired follow-up to Amnesia: The Dark Descent. A dark, terrifying, and wonderfully original horror game with an excellent and compelling narrative. Well worth checking out if you don’t mind a good scare. You can read our review here, which is more critical of the game.
- Sanitarium. A weird and creepy point-and-click adventure game from 1998. The protagonist finds himself admitted to an abandoned sanitarium after getting into a car accident. A great adventure game with some seriously weird imagery.
- System Shock: Enhanced Edition. The enhanced re-release of the original System Shock. Not as accessible as System Shock 2, but still a quality role-playing game set in a very unique universe.
These games are DRM-free and are downloadable through the Twitch desktop app. You can keep these games forever, even if you cancel your Twitch Prime subscription.
Along with those four games, Twitch Prime will also give you the Aegean Pirate Pack for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. This will give you a unique gear set, mount, ship design, and crew theme.
Rainbow Six Siege players can also get access to the Twitch Prime Collection. This pack, available from September through December, will earn you 8 Twitch Prime packs and a legendary Chibi Charm.
Finally, you’ll also get the Trinity Prime bundle for Warframe, Digital Extreme’s free-to-play 3rd-person shooter. This will give you the Trinity Prime Warframe and an exclusive Prime Syandana that can be worn by any Warframe.
Sign up for Twitch Prime here to get access to these games and digital goodies, along with other Amazon Prime benefits.
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What do you think? Do you think you’ll check out this month’s games? Are they disappointing? Let us know!