Amazon Prime Subscribers Can Now Get Battlefield V for Free

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Amazon Prime Subscribers Can Now Get Battlefield V for Free

Get it while you can! The offer only lasts until September 1, 2021.

If you’re subscribed to Amazon Prime, you’ll claim a free copy of Battlefield V for PC. The promotion is out there until September 1, 2021, and is even hospitable to those with a free trial of Prime.

How to Get Your Free Copy of Battlefield V

To receive your free Battlefield V code, first, confirm that you’re subscribed to Amazon Prime (or have a free trial). Then, check in to your account, and head to the Prime Gaming page.

Click Activate Prime Gaming within the top-right corner of the screen. Then, navigate to the Battlefield V offer page, and choose Claim Now.

Amazon will offer you a 20-digit code that you’re going to need to redeem on Origin, EA’s game launcher. So log in to Origin, create an account, then head to My Game Library from the menu on the left side of the screen.

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From there, choose to Add a Game from the top-right corner of the screen and click on Redeem Product Code.

Enter the code you received from Amazon, and hit Next.

When that’s done, Battlefield V will appear in your game library. But before you start playing, you will have to download the Origin game launcher (if you haven’t already).

Once you’ve got Origin on your PC, you’ll check in to your account, download Battlefield V, and obtain in on the action!

And remember: don’t wait too long to redeem your Battlefield V code. The code will expire on September 30, 2021.

Reap the Benefits of Prime Gaming

Prime Gaming (formerly Twitch Prime) is perhaps one of the most important benefits of a major subscription. Besides getting free games monthly, it also offers free characters, skins, weapons, upgrades, and boosts for a spread of various games.

You’ll also get Prime Status on Twitch, which suggests that you’re going to be ready to subscribe to streamers for free of charge, also as get access to exclusive emotes and Twitch themes.

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If you do not want to pay the complete price for a major subscription, you’ll escape with paying less for Amazon Prime if you are a student; Amazon offers Prime for college kids at a 50 percent discount and a six-month free trial. But if you are not a student, Amazon offers a 30-day free trial for brand spanking new subscribers.

In any case, a free Battlefield V copy makes an Amazon Prime subscription (or a minimum of a free trial) more attractive.