Five free games for the weekend
At the weekend, you can try out several games without obligation or even keep them permanently.
The tactical shooter Rainbow Six Siege can also be tested for free.
If you are still looking for free games to try out or keep for the upcoming weekend, you will find them on Steam, the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft. On Steam, for example, the turn-based game “Crimesight” is available for free play until June 27th. Presented in an anime look, six players have to search for a way out in a villa. A player wants to commit a murder, the others must prevent this.
If, on the other hand, an old car needs to be repaired at the weekend, we recommend taking a look at the free “Car Mechanic Simulator 2018” in the Epic Games Store. The somewhat outdated simulator can be downloaded until June 30th and then kept. The program includes replacing wear parts and upgrading the engine.
GoT board game
On the other hand, fans of the TV series Game of Thrones should check out the board game called A Game Of Thrones: The Board Game Digital Edition on the Epic Games Store. The base game based on the TV series can be downloaded and kept for free until June 30th.
Anyone who has not yet tried the rather complex tactical shooter “Rainbow Six Siege” from Ubisoft can now do so at no additional cost as part of a free weekend. The game can be tried out in full until June 27th. The full version costs only 7.99 euros.
On the other hand, the adventure “Tell Me Why” from developer Dontnod Entertainment (“Life is Strange”) will be available on Steam until July 1st. In it, twins Tyler and Alyson, who have supernatural abilities, must unravel the mysteries of their own childhood.
Try Crimesight for free on Steam
Download Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 for free from Epic
Download A Game Of Thrones: The Board Game Digital Edition for free from Epic
Try Rainbow Six Siege for free on the Epic Games Store
Download Tell Me Why for free on Steam