Weekend PC Game Deals It’s where the hottest gaming deals from around the internet are collected in one place for you to use every week. So kick back, relax, and hold on to your wallet.
Humble is back to offering gaming bundles this new year, and its latest is filled with entries from indie studio Wadjet Eye Games. The studio’s adventure games from the past 16 years are available in this 13-game collection.
There are no tiers in this bundle, with what you receive Undeclared, Strangeland, Primordia, Shardlight, TechnoBabylon, Resonance, Five Blackwell Entries, as well Gemini Rue And Shevahall for $10.
gave Humble Wadjet Eye Games Sixteen Years of Adventure Bundle will be available for the next 18 days, giving you plenty of time to pick up the collection.
Epic brought three times cheaper to its store this week, which is not a common sight for a long-running promotion. This time there are free copies. First class trouble, GamedeckAnd Divine Knockout.
First class trouble is a social deduction game that pits humans and robots against each other. Gamedeck An isometric approach comes as an RPG that conveys zero combat and plenty of plot-altering choices. Finally, Divine Knockout is a third-person platform fighter featuring godlike powers, evolving maps, and team-based modes.
All three are yours to claim at the Epic Games Store until Thursday, January 19th. This is a copy of it. Epistory – Typing Chronicles Which is going to be the next freebie.
While not exactly a free weekend, Sega and Relic are currently offering access. Company of Heroes 3 As part of the pre-release multiplayer playtest. You can play PvP and PvE modes until January 16. To join, visit the game’s Steam Store page and click the “Request Access” button.
We’re still in the doldrums after the big winter sales, but there are some special things to watch out for:
The GOG Store’s DRM-free discounts this weekend extend to mostly indies, here are some highlights:
Keep in mind that availability and pricing of some deals may vary by region.
That’s it for our picks for this weekend’s PC game deals, and hopefully, some of you have enough self-restraint not to add to your growing backlogs. As always, there are plenty of other deals ready and waiting all over the interwebs as well as services you can already subscribe to if you comb through them, so keep your eyes open for them. Keep it up, and have a great weekend.
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