Amazon's Exclusive To Prime Game Sales Is Nothing To Worry About
Amazon Prime Exclusive Games Is A Non-Issue

VideoGamer recently picked up on the fact that some popular titles available on Amazon's marketplace are available exclusively to Amazon Prime Subscribers. What's more is that this revelation has caused some peculiar criticisms from gamers and video game journalists alike.

The premise that games such as GTA 5, Minecraft and FIFA 16, to name a few, are now exclusive to Prime members is nothing to worry about. The Amazon Prime pay wall is only effects products sold directly by Amazon, and not independent retailers operating on the marketplace. This means that you can find the titles exclusive to Prime via Amazon, in any number of other sellers product listings on the website. In a statement issued to VideoGamer, Amazon themselves states:

 "One of the many benefits of Amazon Prime is access to exclusive selection on a number of great products. Customers who are not Prime members can sign-up for a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime, or they can purchase those items from a Marketplace seller."
So for those of you who often order games via Amazon, there's nothing to worry about, you'll still have hundreds of sellers to choose from on the platform. You'll also still be able to get yourself a 30-day free trial of Prime to get around that exclusive paywall, if you really wanted to.

Amazon Prime costs £79 per year and offers subscribers 20% off of new releases.

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