Digital video game storefront Steam has six games freely available to gamers in addition to the several games it’s given away in recent weeks.
PC gamers looking for some free games can head over to Steam to find six free games right now. The slate of six free games on Steam spans a wide array of genres, meaning any gamer should be able to find something that best fits their particular tastes and interests.The games aren’t a part of the free game giveaways Steam has recently been promoting recently, like how it has given away Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War, a 4X strategy game, and TGC Voyages Train Simulator, a game that lets players explore the French countryside on one of France’s many high-speed rails. The six free games that are currently available on Steam are full-featured games anyone can start playing now at no cost. First, there’s Quasimorph: End of Dream, a wild fusion of a few genres. It’s a turn-based extraction RPG where players run their own private military company tasked with exploring everything from new planets to shipwrecks looking for loot. Changing genres entirely, there’s Eventide, a side-scrolling flight shooter inspired by arcade shooters of the 1980s and 1990s. Similarly, there’s Galactic Glitch, an action Roguelike set in a sprawling procedurally generated galaxy, like an open-world Geometry Wars.
For gamers looking for a free MMO, there’s Pirate 101. Players are pirates who assemble a crew of seafaring shipmates to plunder all the treasure they can handle in this turn-based tactics MMORPG. Longevity Party is an online PvP third-person shooter where the object isn’t to kill your opponent but to find ways to knock other players off of the map. Longevity Party was released on June 1 and is freely available to anyone who wants to play it. Finally, Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2 is a team battle action game set in the Mobile Suit Gundam universe where players can suit up and battle it out in 6v6 online battles on land or in space against.
While these six games have not been a part of any particular promotion, they do add to the ever-growing pile of free games Steam has made available just as summer approaches and school years end. For instance, the start of June saw Tell Me Why from Life is Strange developers Don’t Nod Entertainment and Hue, a puzzle adventure game, available for free. Both Tell Me Why and Hue are available to keep forever, but only if claimed before June 8.
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