Each month, Twitch Prime members can download free games and in-game loot like weapons, characters, skins, boost upgrades, and more. Best of all, you get to keep the games you download forever.
The first seven games of the twenty free SNK video games Twitch Prime is rolling out this summer are available now including Art of Fighting 2, Samurai Shodown II, and King of Fighters 2000 and 2002.
If you're not a Prime Member, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial here to start downloading your free games. You can cancel at any time or continue to reap the rewards of Amazon Prime for $12.99 per month.
Your Prime membership will also give you access to this year's exclusive Amazon Prime Day deals.
If you're already a Twitch Prime member, you can download the following these PC games and loot for free this month. Unless otherwise indicated, all are available from now through June 30.
Twitch Prime games
- Art of Fighting 2 (claim by December 31)
- Blazing Star (claim by December 31)
- Dream Daddy (claim by July 3)
- Fatal Fury Special (claim by December 31)
- Forsaken Remastered
- The Flame in the Flood
- The King of Fighters 2000 (claim by December 31)
- The King of Fighters 2002 (claim by December 31)
- The Last Tinker: City of Colors (claim by June 19)
- Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (claim by June 26)
- Pulstar (claim by December 31)
- Project Warlock
- Samurai Shodown II (claim by December 31)
- Steel Rats
- Silence (claim by June 12)
Twitch Prime Loot
- Apex Legends: Loba Game Master skin (claim by June 18)
- Apex Legends: Gibraltar skin (available June 16)
- Doom Eternal: Mullet Slayer Master Collection (claim by July 2)
- Destiny 2: Prospector Exotic Bundle (claim by June 24)
- FIFA Ultimate Team: Twitch Prime Pack #4 (claim by June 18)
- League of Legends: Mystery Skin Permanent (claim by June 11)
- Teamfight Tactics: one random Little Legend (claim by June 24)
- Rainbow Six Siege: Lesion Operator Skin
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