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Free Games Available for Social Distancing, Including Tomb Raider and Drawful 2

Stay at house! That’s the working theme of Spring 2020, for obvious reasons. Companies are serving to out as a lot as they will by doing things like releasing movies earlier digitally, and it’s beginning to go higher than bizarre promotional emails. So when you could also be uninterested in resorts you’ve stayed in as soon as letting you know the way many additional occasions their underpaid workers has to spray down counter tops, this information is a little more tangible. Some publishers and builders are providing free video games, and for those who redeem them shortly, you get to maintain them eternally.

Leading the cost is Square Enix, which is already internet hosting varied gross sales throughout totally different platforms. But beginning March 20, 2020, you’ll be able to jump over to Steam (or the official Square Enix Store) and get each Tomb Raider (2013) and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. They’re solely free till March 23, 2020, however for those who snag them now, you get to maintain them. Other video games discovered on Steam which might be free to maintain are being compiled in a Reddit thread and embody Drawful 2, Deiland, Pleasure Puzzle Portrait, and Headsnatchers.

Steam isn’t the one platform with free stuff for this unlucky event. Good Old Games is providing an inventory of video games totally free on a touchdown web page devoted to reminding individuals to remain house. Itch.io,a platform primarily devoted to small indies, additionally has a “Games to help you stay inside” web page.

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