There are tons of free games out there right now, from Epic’s weekly freebies to publisher promos on Steam, GOG sales gifts, and more. Keeping track of them all can be difficult, and you could be missing out.
That’s not an acceptable state of affairs, so we’ve compiled this rolling list of all the free games that appear on our screens. The goal is to help you find and claim games that usually cost money. Hence, free and temporary promotions are included and labeled as such, but free games and others that are usually free will not— be sure to check out our categorized breakdown of the best free PC games for that.
Now let’s start:
- Second extinction – The dinosaurs have reclaimed the earth and forced humanity to seek refuge on board orbital stations. Now is the time to fight back in this co-op shooter for up to three players. (Steam ends October 3rd)
To keep for free:
- Europa Universalis 4 – Lead every nation from Renaissance to Revolution in a complex simulation of the early modern era. Master the arts of war, diplomacy and trade to shape and change your nation’s history! (Epic Games Store, ends October 7th)
The games on Prime Gaming aren’t technically free as you need to be a subscriber to take advantage of the benefits. But there’s a lot going for it when you are, including in-game loot and starter packs for free games. So it’s worth keeping an overview. Prime Gaming is included with Amazon Prime for $ 13 per month or $ 120 per year; Links to all of the included giveaways are available at amazon.com.
- Knockout town – Team up and fight in epic dodgeball battles with rival crews in Knockout City, a dodgeball shooter that we really love. (ends September 30th)
- Tools up! – Test your skills in this wild and fun co-op game and see how “easy” house renovations really are. (ends October 1st)
- Sam and Max are on their way – The professional police are on the hunt for a runaway Carnival bigfoot in this bizarre, brilliant LucasArts classic adventure. (ends October 1st)
- Puzzle agent – If White House inquiries to Scoggins Eraser Co. are answered only with strange puzzles, Nelson Tethers is assigned to the US Department of Puzzle Research to handle the case. (ends October 1st)
- Candleman: The whole trip – A unique puzzle platformer where light is both a welcome ally and a deceptive enemy. (ends October 1st)
- Memory loss – You need to read to solve challenging puzzles and advance in a thriller story where visuals, sound and interactive features are carefully woven into the narrative. (ends October 1st)
- Secret file 2: Puritas Cordis – When Nina Kalenkov realizes that the recent disasters were not caused by nature but by an unscrupulous secret society called Puritas Cordis, it is almost too late. While her ex-boyfriend Max, a scientist, witnesses the brutal methods of Puritas Cordis at the excavation site of an old Indonesian temple, Nina meets a priest in France to investigate the connection between the dark prophecies of the secret society and the creepy leader of an ancient order. (ends October 1st)
We’ll keep this list as comprehensive as possible, but if you spot something we don’t have, let us know in the comments.
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