There are a huge number of free games floating out there right now, from Free Epic Weekly Gifts To the publisher of boredom on SteamGOG giveaways and more. Keeping track of them all can be difficult, and you may miss out on the opportunity.
That’s not an acceptable case, so we’ve put together this playlist for every free game that’s skipping our screens. The goal is to help you find and claim the games that usually cost money, so free promotions will be included and keep that way, but free games and other games that normally free won’t – so be sure to take a look at our classified details for Best Free PC Games.
Let’s start now:
- Battlefield V – EA’s successful alternate-history shooter in World War II is completely free for the weekend – if you haven’t played the game yet, this is a great time to see what it’s all about. (Steam, ends August 29)
- Riders Republic Ubisoft’s MMO Stadium for cyclists, snowboarders, snowboarders and windsurfers is now in open beta testing. Race for glory or do some free roaming with friends. (Ubisoft, ends August 29)
- Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Explore and conquer stolen lands and make them your kingdom in this classic RPG inspired by games like Baldur’s Gate, Fallout 1 and 2, and Arcanum. (Steam, ends August 29)
Free to keep:
- Saints Row: The Third Remastered – Control the Saints at the height of their power in this updated version with improved graphics and all downloadable content bundled in. (Epic Games Store, ends September 2nd)
- Automashev – The kitchen engineer of tomorrow, today, in this “resource management puzzle” where you design kitchens, program machines and watch your genius come to life. (Epic Games Store, ends September 2nd)
- Ultima Underworld 1 and 2 – The classic looking glass dungeon crawlers are back in GOG, and they’re free to take throughout August. It looks old, but believe me – this is one of the smartest RPGs ever. (GOG, ends September 3rd)
- Guild Plus Kidnap people and turn them into reckless corporate homicides in Bullfrog’s groundbreaking Cyberpunk RTS game. The “Plus” edition includes the base game and the American Revolt expansion. (GOG, ends September 3rd)
- guild wars – The sequel takes the original gameplay and drops it into an entirely new, larger and more technologically advanced game world. (GOG, ends September 3rd)
Games on Prime Gaming are not Technically Free, because you need to be a subscriber to take advantage of it. But there’s a lot more on offer if you are, including loot and in-game starter packs for free games, so it’s worth keeping tabs on. Prime Gaming is included with Amazon Prime at $13 per month, or $120 per year; Links are available for all the free software included in amazon.com.
- Battlefield V Experience humanity’s greatest struggle across land, air and sea in this EA hit FPS game based on World War II. (ends september 1)
- lost horizon 2 – In the shadow of the Cold War, Fenton Paddock faces the toughest battle of his life: While tensions between great powers threaten to tear the world apart, a British soldier must save his family caught by powerful enemies. (ends september 1)
- Lost normal phone The game takes the form of a narrative investigation: you have to search through the phone’s text messages, photos, and apps in order to identify its previous owner. Through this phone, she reveals the life of Sam, his friends, family and relationships, until the evening when they are 18 years old and disappear under mysterious circumstances. (ends september 1)
- Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story A narrative investigation game about exploring the social life of a young woman who has just found her phone. (ends september 1)
- alpha planet – Relentless enemies pursue you in a beautiful alien world full of mystery and danger, you must harness the power of night and day as you struggle to survive. (ends september 1)
- Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis On the eve of World War II. Nazi agents are about to get their hands on a weapon more dangerous than the atomic bomb. Only Indy can stop them before they unleash the deadly secret that drowned Atlantis. (ends september 1)
- the shift You wake up one morning to find that you are uncomfortably transforming into a little bug, while your friend Joseph is arrested for reasons unknown. To save him and find the answers you seek, you must embark on a journey through a world that, like you, has become twisted and unfamiliar. (ends september 1)
- Secret files: Tunguska – Nina Kalinko’s world is turned upside down when she learns that her father, scientist Vladimir Kalinko, has disappeared without a trace. Since the police can’t (or won’t) help, Nina decides to search for clues to her father’s whereabouts on her own. (ends september 1)
We’ll keep this list as comprehensive as possible, but if you spot something we haven’t, let us know in the comments.