Amazon reveals how Main game made in 2022, including free-to-play stats and user feedback. According to Amazon, the number of subscribers claiming the free games has increased by 25%, and so has the value of the games on offer.
In total, Amazon’s Free Games with Prime program offered more than $2,300 in titles in 2022, based on the MSRP of each game at the time it was made available. According to Dustin Blackwell, Prime Gaming’s head of PR, this is a 34% increase over the value of free games in 2021. It doesn’t say whether this number includes games only or the value of free games. In-game content is also available to Prime Gaming subscribers.
Amazon also revealed the games subscribers are asking for the most in 2022. In alphabetical order, they are Assassin’s Creed Origins, Fallout 76, Fallout: New Vegas, Far Cry 4, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, StarCraft Remake, Total War: Warhammer, WRC 8 FIA World Rally Championship and World War Z: Aftermath. While Amazon offers a wide range of games to Prime Gaming subscribers, this listing shows they seem to prioritize A-game titles over smaller indie titles.
Last year, Amazon revealed How Prime Gaming has evolved since its relaunch in 2020 (before it was called Twitch Prime). According to that report, the number of Amazon Prime subscribers participating in Prime Gaming rewards increased 120% over a two-year period. Users have claimed over 80 million free games by 2021. Amazon has also launched a new Prime Gaming feature that makes it easier for users to view their requested games, content, and codes, which can increase the extent to which they can use their content.
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