Twitch Prime’s July freebies include Turok 2 and Dear Esther

Also more Doom DLC

Twitch Prime continues to dole out monthly rewards, and July’s offerings have just come across our desk.

The highlight of the month is easily the new batch of free SNK classics, a list that now fully includes (with the July additions): SNK Collection 1: Art of Fighting 2, Blazing Star, Fatal Fury Special, The King of Fighters 2000, The King of Fighters 2002, Pulstar and Samurai Shodown II.

The new Doom Eternal drop includes the “Cosplay Slayer skin,” which is literally just the Doom Slayer dressed up in cardboard like he was going to a gaming convention. It lines up nicely with the old school shooter Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, which is also free. Other July free games are Dear Esther, GRIP: Combat Racing, KUNAI and Dark Devotion.

You can find the full list below, which includes all drops (free games or DLC) and dates.

Twitch Prime Calendar July 2020

  • Today – Doom Eternal – Drop 3 of 4
  • Today – FIFA 20 – Drop 5 of 7
  • World of Tanks – Drop 17 of 19
  • Today – Minion Masters – Drop 1 of 1
  • Today – Runescape – Drop 4 of 4
  • Today – Grand Theft Auto Online – Up to $GTA 1,000,000 per month
  • Today – Red Dead Online – 40% off purchase of a Stable Slot, Horse, Shotgun, & More
  • Today –  Free Games with Prime – SNK Collection 1: Art of Fighting 2, Blazing Star, Fatal Fury Special, The King of Fighters 2000, The King of Fighters 2002, Pulstar and Samurai Shodown II
  • July 1 –  Free Games with Prime: Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, Dear Esther, GRIP: Combat Racing, KUNAI and
  • Dark Devotion
  • July 3 –  Mafia City – Drop 8 of 8
  • July 6 –  Words With Friends 2 – Drop 6 of 6
  • July 7 –  Black Desert Mobile – Drop 2 of 6
  • July 7 – The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross – Drop 6 of 7
  • July 9 – Yahtzee with Buddies – Drop 1 of 9
  • July 13 – Apex Legends – Drop 7 of 12
  • July 13 – Big Farm – Drop 3 of 12
  • July 14 – RuneScape – Drop 4 of 4
  • July 29 – Legends of Runeterra – Drop 5 of 5
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