This weekend there are again free games on Steam and Epic Games – to try and keep. You can keep all games for free forever.
Every weekend, Steam and the Epic Games Store offer free games.
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If you are still looking for new games for the weekend but don’t want to spend any money on them, you will find a perfect opportunity in the free games on Steam and in the Epic Games Store. We introduce you to the free games that you can try out without obligation or even go permanently into your own collection as a gift.
Epic Games Store: Free Keep Dino Survival
The survival game “ARK: Survival Evolved” is waiting in the Epic Games Store this weekend, in which a base including dinosaurs as mounts can be built together with friends. But the lizards are not automatically friends, they have to be tamed first.
ARK: Survival Evolved for free on the Epic Games Store
Epic Games Store: Turn-based RPG to keep for free
If you are interested in turn-based role-playing games, you should definitely get the genre representative “Gloomhaven” as a free download from the Epic Games Store. With good reviews and low system requirements, the title is certainly worth checking out.
Gloomhaven for free on the Epic Games Store
To download both games, you only need an account on the Epic Games Store. Offer ends on September 29th. at 5 p.m. After that, you can keep both games permanently.
Steam: Mix of “Rocket League” and “League of Legends”
On the other hand, it is worth taking a look at the free action game “Omega Strikers” on Steam. The Free2Play title is a mix of “Rocket League” and “League of Legends”: Two teams of three players each try to get the ball into the opposing goal. There are heroes with individual abilities to choose from. With over 89 percent approval from almost 4,000 ratings, the title is apparently well received by the players.
Steam: Play Omega Strikers for free
On the other hand, if you want to take a trip into the past, you should make a note of the role-playing game “The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall” on Steam: The RPG, which was released in 1996, looks very outdated graphically from today’s perspective. However, the gameplay is still convincing. The title can be played in its entirety on Steam at no additional cost (free-2-play).
Steam: Download The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall for free