New Twitch Prime exclusives for the month of April
The new month of April will bring new exclusive offers for Twitch Prime. Twitch users will have access to loot for games such as Doom Eternal, Destiny 2, Borderlands 3, and Apex Legends. Free downloads will also be available for a selection of games downloadable for free through Amazon, one of which is a remastering of the Nintendo 64 classic, Turok. League of Legends fans will enjoy exclusive loot for LoL as well as loot for Teamfight Tactics and Legend of Runeterra.
Bungie fanboys will have their own pick in the form of a free exotic bundle complete with the Prometheus Lens fusion rifle and the Eye of Osiris weapon ornament. Jump into the Trials of Osiris in style.
I suppose given our current situation locked in our homes afraid to go out into the diseased “real world,” we should take every piece of digital content we can click on in our digital sanctuaries. That’s no problem for gamers who have been perfecting their techniques for social distancing even before it became cool. Since it’s the hip thing to do now, you could throw this new skin on the coolest competitive fighter in the Outlands the next time you drop into the Apex Legends arena. Although I’m sure, there are plenty more things you could be doing with your time like re-reading one of your favorite comic books.
If you feel like taking a nostalgic trip down memory lane through a classic first-person shooter, you can boot up Doom Eternal after downloaded this hilarious “DOOMicorn” skin.
That ought to scare those demons straight back to Hell, or you could do it the old fashioned way. At least they’ll be some laughs at your party. Remember that Twitch Prime is free if you already have an Amazon Prime account, and it will also grant you a free subscription to your favorite Twitch streamer each month.
Dylan is a passionate writer and gamer with experience in print and digital media. He graduated from New Mexico Highlands University in 2015 and hopes to use his writing skills to build a career as a reporter on multiple beats as a source of information to people.