There comes that time of the week when the wallets begin to tremble with our review of the best offers and sales on PC and console video games, among which there are a few available to play or download for free. Without further ado, here is our selection.
Free games this weekend
- Call of Duty: Vanguard It is free to play on all platforms. For a few days you can join the online multiplayer of the latest CoD with all its maps and game modes. Download the game on your preferred system.
- Hell Let Loose It’s free to play on Steam. In this other shooter we will travel to the past, to World War II, where a hundred players will join in two teams, so that we can use countless weapons, tanks and much more against our rivals. Download from Steam.
- Insurgency: Sandstorm It’s free to play on Steam. A tactical FPS in which the action takes place in small scenarios in which you will have to meet objectives. Download from Steam.
- Left 4 Dead 2 It’s free to play on Steam. Call your friends to join up to four people in these games in which you will face infernal hordes of zombies. Download from Steam.
- Tannenberg It’s free to download on the Epic Games Store and you keep it forever. Yet another shooter, but in this case set in the First World War with battles for 64 players. Download from Epic Games Store.
Free games with subscriptions
Once downloaded, you will keep these games forever while you have an active PS Plus subscription.
xbox live gold
The games you can download with Gold and what you can keep as long as you have an active subscription are these:
- Relict. A first-person adventure whose gameplay is a mix of physics with the combination of magnetism and gravity to solve all kinds of puzzles in the lunar base where we find ourselves. Download it from the Microsoft Store.
- Beasts of Marvel Island. Our protagonist is a young photographer who will dedicate herself to capturing in snapshots the magical creatures that inhabit a fantasy island. Download it from the Microsoft Store.
- Torchlight. A splendid action RPG that allows you to choose between three different classes to go through procedurally generated levels and dungeons, with their respective enemies and rewards. Download it from the Microsoft Store.
PC video game deals
- Control Ultimate Edition by €11.99 in GOG. The definitive edition of this excellent metroidvania will give you access to the entire main campaign and its different expansions.
- Dying Light 2: Stay Human by €40.19 on Steam. Bring out your best parkour and survival skills to succeed in this second part of the Techland saga.
- Hitman 3 by €23.99 on the Epic Games Store. Agent 47 is waiting for you to join him on a series of little assassination jobs.
- Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition by €24.99 on the Epic Games Store. The best way to discover how Aloy’s story began with this edition that will give you access to The Frozen Wilds expansion and other DLC.
- No Man’s Sky by €27.49 on Steam. Hello Games’ Space Odyssey has recently received its 20th update to make every corner of the universe more worth exploring.
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY Edition by €10.00 in GOG. One of those RPGs that no matter how many times it’s on sale, it’s always worth recommending your purchase.
Video game deals on consoles
- Call of Cthulhu by €4.99 in Microsoft Store. Beware of your sanity if you plan to investigate what has happened on a sinister island with a plot based on the works of Lovecraft.
- forza horizon 5 by €55.99 in Microsoft Store. One of the best Forza that has been developed and with which you will travel through Mexico with hundreds of cars in a huge open world.
- Ghostwire: Tokyo by €34.99 on PlayStation Store. Tokyo has been invaded by deadly supernatural forces, so it’s up to you to team up with a powerful spectral entity to restore order.
- Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom by €13.19 on the Nintendo eShop. One of those action platform adventures that instantly catches your eye with brilliant visuals and in which you can use six transformations with their own abilities.
- Overcooked! 2 for €6.24 on the Nintendo eShop. The kitchens of this sequel are looking for new chefs willing to bring out dishes at full speed in levels where it will be easy for chaos to reign.
- Tales of Arise by €34.99 on PlayStation Store. There are RPGs that leave an indelible mark and this is one of them, with a story that captivates you and battles that you won’t get tired of fighting constantly.
News and reservations
- God of War: Ragnarök to reserve for 69.90 euros. Now that we know when Kratos and Atreus will return, it’s a good time for you to get caught up in this new installment.
- Scarlet and Purple Pokémon to book for 46.90 euros. The ninth generation of the saga is approaching with a new region that seems to be based on Spain.
- Saints Row to reserve for 59.99 euros. The franchise may have undergone a reboot, but goating in the craziest way we can think of will continue to be the order of the day.
- The Last of Us: Part I to book for 69.99 euros. A remake with which Naughty Dog’s masterpiece will look better than ever.
If after all this our Saturday section falls short, you can be up to date and at all times informed of the main offers in the hunting bargains of Xataka, Engadget Mobile, Xataka Android, Espinof Y applesphereour other colleagues Buydiction and also in this flipboard magazine.
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