The annual E3 Gaming expo is a celebration of all the new titles us gamers will be hyped about for the following months. It is a glorious season for trailers and teasers that can send our wallets straight to the pre-order button.
But for others, E3 2018 Expo is an opportunity to dive in to older titles that are being offered free to further promote their latest offerings.
For Ubisoft’s Honor
Ubisoft is cranking their E3 presentation fronted by Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Yelling “This is Sparta!” might be contrary to the signature stealth of the AC Franchise but Ubi is offering us to shout fo full Spartan mode completely with For Honor Starter Edition.
— For Honor (@ForHonorGame) June 12, 2018
The multiplayer-historical-melee-slugfest is currently free via Uplay. And with the game’s expansion to China through the Marching Fire Update, expect a new burst of gamers bringing life to it. Their decision to (finally) bring dedicated multiplayer servers also help their cause.
Just to note, Ubi’s Starter Edition games share one thing in common – players have to play a total grind fest to unlock new characters. It has been a deal breaker for some who are looking at the cheaper Starter Edition games but hey, a free game is a free game. Grab For Honor Starter Edition now until June 18!
A fast-paced deal!
It’s a great time to try out Quake – or get back to it for the veterans out there.
Bethesda’s prized arena shooter is set exit Steam Early Access soon and to celebrate their full release (or in hope to crank up their not so impressive player numbers at Steam). Quake Champions is being dished for free until June 18.
— Quake Champions (@Quake) June 14, 2018
The Free-to-Play version of Quake Champions contains all the game modes and maps currently available in Early Access and comes with one Champion – Ranger. This means that players still have to shoot the hell out of everyone to unlock new characters or purchase their Champions pack to go easy-peasy. But as said earlier, it’s free so why complain.
Moreover, the Champions Pack comes along with a decent discount from $29.99 to just $19.71 for the remainder of E3.