PC gamers can grab a free game worth almost £20 completely free – and it’s rated ‘Very Positive’

PC PLAYERS have a range of great deals that can save them hundreds of pounds on their games.

Notably, there are more free games on PC than any other console, allowing you to stock up your game library.

Golden Light is an entertaining FPS with an idiosyncratic visual style.


Golden Light is an entertaining FPS with an idiosyncratic visual style.Photo credit: Mr. Pink

There’s another great deal on Steam this week for a “Very Positive” rated game.

However, you won’t be able to play it through your Steam library as the offer is exclusive to the Epic Games Store.

The Epic Games Store gives away at least one free game every week, and if you download it during this time, you can keep it for life.

This week’s free game is Golden Light, a first-person survival game with horror and roguelike elements.

The levels are procedurally generated, so you’ll have a different experience every time you play.

Golden Light’s blurb reads: “Eat guns, be afraid and question your own sanity in this survival horror FPS prop hunting roguelike about meat.”

“Now with online co-op and versus modes. Walls are watching you!”

Normally priced at £16.49, you can save almost £20 on building your games library.

If you would like to grab this game, you can do so via the store page on the Epic Game Store website or via the Epic Games Launcher.

You need the launcher if you want to play your games. So it’s worth getting this free download.

Golden Light is only available until Thursday, November 16, 2023, After that, a new set of games will be available for free.

If you’re looking for new ways to play your PC games, then check out the new Steam Deck OLED model.

If you’re interested in free games, you can also check out what’s coming to Xbox Game Pass in November.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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