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Three Triple-A games are getting the free-to-play treatment this weekend which should keep you occupied with games you’d otherwise miss. As reported earlier, Ubisoft’s action-adventure game, For Honor will be available for free from today til late Sunday night. Progress from this limited time offer can be carried to the full game (if purchased) which is currently on sale at a 75% cut price.

Two other games follow suit with the same treatment are Firaxis Games’ brilliant turn-based strategy game, the sequel to their 2012 hit, XCOM 2. The game will be free for all to try til late night on Sunday and if you so choose to continue playing it, you can pick it up at a discount of up to 68%. We highly recommend this game for folks who love intricate, highly-stressful turn-based-strategy games and is one of our favorite titles of all time.

Lastly, a much more recently released game joins the mix in the form of Call of Duty: World War II. However, only the multiplayer mode is playable for free starting today til 10PM on Sunday (Malaysia/ Singapore/ HK). The full game can be purchased at a cut price, at 35% discount if you so choose to continue playing it beyond Sunday.

We have to stress though, that the deals mentioned above are only applicable for Steam. Log into Steam for more PC gaming deals as well as do check out the Star Wars special deals in conjunction with the May 4th celebration.


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