WW2 shooter Battlefield V released in 2018 and currently costs £34.99 from Origin. It will be free for Amazon Prime customers from August 2 until October 1.
Prime members can now claim one game code redeemable on Origin for the Battlefield 1 standard edition, and will be able to claim a code for the Battlefield V standard edition from August 2.
Battlefield 4 was also made available as a free download for Amazon Prime members in June.
However, players who choose to pre-order the Battlefield 2042 Gold Edition for $89.99 on PC and $99.99 on consoles, or the Battlefield 2042 Ultimate Edition for $109.99 on PC and $119.99 on consoles, will receive early access to the game beginning on October 15.
The multiplayer-only game will support 128-players on maps featuring dynamic weather and other environmental hazards, although the Xbox One and PS4 versions will be capped at 64 players and include reduced map sizes.
DICE recently announced that Battlefield 2042 will support cross-play and cross-progression, with the former set to be tested in a technical playtest this summer.
More information about the game will be revealed during the EA Play Live showcase on Thursday.