Steam’s top rated RPGs can now be enjoyed free-of-charge without subscription costs or limitations! Check them out and download for yourself here.
PC gamers are no strangers to free gaming luxuries and enjoy them immensely.
Sure, PC gamers might face more difficulty fixing issues on this platform due to occasional broken launches or hard-to-access titles than with other platforms; but with so many free titles at their fingertips there are so many games worth the hassle!
Just in the past week alone there have been so many free games made available through Steam and other storefronts – from AAA titles to lesser known gems that may surprise.
At present, PC gamers can take their pick of two of Steam’s highest rated RPGs – perfect if they want an immersive adventure experience!
Wasteland 3 can currently be downloaded and kept for free via Robot Cache until July 20, according to Free Steam Games on Twitter. With an outstanding nine/10 rating on Steam, it harkens back to earlier Fallout games in its gritty, postapocalyptic RPG experience.
Here’s the official Steam description: Wasteland 3 from inXile Entertainment offers challenging tactical turn-based combat, an engaging story full of twists and ethical choices, as well as challenging tactical turn-based battles that will keep players engrossed no matter if they have previously experienced Wasteland games or not.”
“Create up to six Rangers and customize their abilities and perks to fit your playstyle, along with receiving your very own battle truck which you can upgrade into an armor-plated war beast to take down enemies in battle!”
Next is Grime, currently free and easily downloadable through Epic Games Store. All it takes to claim it as yours is creating an Epic Games account; that’s it – easy.
Grime is another Steam 9/10 title; an Action-Adventure RPG in which players use living weapons that constantly change form and function to defeat foes before feeding their remains into an ever-resourceful black hole to strengthen themselves for battle against an adversary world of anatomical horror and intrigue.”
Two very distinct RPGs that both deserve your time! We all agree: things are always better when they’re free! Yeah.