Twitch Prime Gets You A Free Overwatch Golden Loot Box


If you have a Twitch Prime membership, and you do if you have Amazon Prime, you will get a Golden Loot Box which guaranteed to have at least one legendary item, as well as 10 standard loot boxes. The standard loot boxes will be spread out over August and October, with you getting five loot boxes each month. Similar loot offers are coming to two more Blizzard games in the future as both Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm will receive the same treatment. Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm both use loot boxes like Overwatch so we can expect to see pretty much the same thing for those games in the future.

To claim the loot boxes, just log into your Twitch account and click the “Get Your Code” button, then start up the Blizzard app or start the game up if you’re on console, launch Overwatch, and head to the Loot Box section to open your new box. You must have a Twitch Prime subscription to get the loot, but once you’ve claimed it, it’s yours to keep even if you drop your Prime subscription.

Twitch Prime offers subscribers ad-free viewing on Twitch along with free in-game rewards on a monthly basis. You can start up a 30-day free trial to claim the loot if you don’t want to become a full-time member of Twitch Prime. Amazon Prime memberships, which include Twitch Prime, are $10.99 per month or $99 for a year. Being an Amazon Prime member already comes with loads of benefits, including 20 percent off new game pre-orders with release day delivery and free two-day shipping on tons of items, and the Twitch Prime membership is just the cherry on top.

Also being including with your Twitch Prime membership right now are Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds exclusive skins and NBA 2K17 MyTeam Cards and virtual currency. If you’re already an Amazon Prime member, just connect your Twitch account and you’re all set.

This loot box offer applies to Xbox One, PS4 and PC Overwatch players.

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