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Twitch Prime Free Games for the Month of May Have Been Revealed

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Games discussed: , Urban Trial Playground, Avicii Invector, Pankapu, The Little Acre, Fractured Minds

We now know which titles gamers will be able to pick up for free from Twitch Prime for the month of May. 

Amazon has announced that starting on May 1st, gamers with a Twitch Prime membership will be able to pick the following six games: Snake Pass, Urban Trial Playground, Avicii Invector, Pankapu, The Little Acre, and Fractured Minds. All six games will be available until May 30th. Also available in May is Yono and the Celestial Elephant, which leaves Twitch Prime on May 20th, and Old School Musical, which is available until May 22nd. 

The six games leaving Twitch Prime are Earthlock, Kathy Rain, Turok, Etherborn, and Lighmatter. They are available until May 1st. 

Also available through Twitch Prime is a good amount of in-game loot for a large number of titles. This includes content for Borderlands 3, Destiny 2, DOOM Eternal, and more. You can check out the Twitch Prime hub here in order to see all of the in-game offers that are available, and when they end. 

These Twitch Prime titles are not the only games that are free at the moment. Bandai Namco is offering Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 for free at the moment. The game is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There was no word on the Switch version of the game being free as well. Gamers will have until May 10th to pick the game up. The game is available through Bandai Namco's "More Fun for Everyone - at Home" campaign. It is not known what the next game the publisher will offer next.

Twitch Prime is available for $12.99 a month. Every month the subscription service offers members free games and loot. Those with an Amazon Prime account can get Twitch Prime for free. All they have to do is link their Amazon and Twitch links together. 

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