10 Best free Games On SteamJaclyn C. Shane
Getting into the best PC games can be an extremely rewarding experience, but it can definitely get expensive. But, you don’t have to pay top dollar for a great gaming experience, which is why we gathered up the best free Steam games 2019 has to offer.
The best free games have become infamous recently for overly aggressive monetization through micro-transactions. Don’t worry, though, you won’t have to sign your soul away in an agreement made of loot boxes to enjoy these titles. The best free-to-play Steam games can all be enjoyed for hours on end, without being manipulated into spending your money.
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1.Path of Exile
Path of Exile is an action RPG featuring hack-and-slash elements. A high learning curve awaits new players, but thankfully you can easily find guides and resources to learn the basics. The reward for the same is an extremely addictive game.
If you are a fan of Diablo and other related ARPG games, Path of Exile won’t disappoint you. The best thing is it’s free and also features new expansions and leagues.
Much like Paladins, Gigantic offers a team-based shooter that’s part-Overwatch, part MOBA and part something brand new. Instead of having you defend a slow-moving carriage through a map (because that never gets old) or destroy an enemy base (in classic MOBA style), Gigantic tasks you with killing an enemy giant while attempting to protect your own. Sounds mad, right? It is, but a brilliant kind of mad all the same.
3.Cry of Fear
A quality Half-Life total conversion that's full of scares. The game twists the old GoldSrc engine to give you an inventory system and a big, dark city to explore. Prepare yourself for relentless tension across eight hours of exploration and combat with 24 different weapons. The download also includes a bunch of custom campaigns and an unlockable extra campaign once you beat the main story. That's good value for a free download.
4.Star Trek Online
MMOs and film licenses don’t often mix well – from The Matrix Online to Star Wars Galaxies, recognizable universes have rarely lasted in the realm of persistent online worlds. Except for the enduring Star Trek Online, that is.
Retroactively made free-to-play following its launch back in 2010, STO gifts you with a crew and a Federation starship and sets you free to sail the stars in true Trekkie fashion.
There are microtransactions available should you want to speed up the levelling/resource gathering process, but STO is consistently generous with its free content, especially to new players looking to see their very own final frontier.
It's the future, you're stuck in a train station, and everything is weird. Chat with the station's odd inhabitants and explore its twisted side passages to discover surreal little anecdotes and piece together meaning from the assembled scraps.
It only takes about half an hour to complete and the music is sweet, so give it a download.
6.Paladins: Champions of the Realm
Paladins launched just after a certain team-based shooter from Blizzard, and it's hard not see the similarities. Still, that doesn’t mean Hi-Rez Studios’ free-to-play FPS isn’t worth your time – it just means you get play something that’s often just as fun and rewarding without forcing you to break the bank with a full-game price.
With a menagerie of characters to choose from (known as Champions), each match offers an objective-based experience that feels more like triple-A fare than other free-to-play shooters.
7.World of Tanks Blitz
If you’re looking for game-play quality, World of Tanks Blitz offers exactly that. While graphics, balancing, sound, and micro-transactions are not perfect, the game has enough content and things to do to keep you busy.
There’s no denying this game was launched for mobile phones and later it arrived on PC in 2015. The game lacks some features, but it is not a painful experience on PC.
Card Hunter is a cute squad RPG based around digital collectible cards. You battle through dungeons under the guidance of a dungeon master, levelling up your squad of heroes, building your deck and enjoying some affectionate tongue in cheek digs at D&D along the way.
There's loads to play before you ever see a payment screen and there are also co-op and competitive modes. If only more free-to-play games were like this.
9. Warface: Blackout
Free-to-play shooters in their more traditional, death-match-esque form are often a hit and miss affair, but despite all those polished triple-A offerings from the likes of Activision and EA, Crytek Kiev has managed to put together a robust little FPS that can be just as exciting and enjoyable as many other entries in the bullet-ridden genre.
Warface: Blackout offers four classes to choose from, with weapons, gear, attachments and specific skills tied to each one.
Having the right balance of classes in your squad adds a more Battlefield-style teamwork ethic, especially when engineers can repair armour and snipers can pull off game-changing one-shot kills.
For aviation fans, Robocraft features a great sense of engineering and design. You build your own vehicles, drive or fly them depending on the combats you’re choosing.
You put together different items which you can buy using points which you earn or you can spend real money and get things done to progress faster. If you have played World of Tanks, this game will give a similar feel but there’s a lot more to do.