Steam has made a preferred game free for 2021, however just for a restricted time. In 2020, builders and publishers made their video games free on Steam proper and left to encourage gamers to remain dwelling throughout the pandemic. In 2021, these free promotions have significantly slowed down. However, after a bit of a drought, developer Total Mayhem Games has stepped as much as the plate and made We Were Here free for all Steam customers.
Free till February 28, We Were Here is on the market as a free obtain, not a free trial. In different phrases, as soon as downloaded, it is yours to maintain ceaselessly and play everytime you’d like. The solely catch is it’s a must to obtain it earlier than the aforementioned date.
We Were Here boasts a “Very Positive” Steam User Review ranking, with 92 % of reviewers reviewing the game positively throughout practically 14,600 evaluations.
“Lost in a frozen wasteland and split up from your partner inside an abandoned castle, the only possession you have left is a walkie-talkie with a familiar voice on the other end,” reads an official elevator pitch of the game. Can the 2 of you discover your approach out in time?”
On Steam, the game requires 4 GB of free space and more importantly, a working microphone. If you don’t have a working microphone the game — literally — doesn’t work. Beyond this, the game’s “Recommended” specs are fairly forgiving.
- OS: Windows 10 64 bit
- Processor: Intel Core i5-4460
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GTX 960 equal or larger or an Nvidia GTX 1060 for VR
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 4 GB accessible house
- Additional Notes: A working PC-compatible microphone
We Were Here is on the market, at no cost, till February 28, and it is also accessible at no cost on Xbox One and PS4. For extra protection on it and all issues gaming — together with all of the newest information, rumors, leaks, offers, evaluations, interviews, previews, guides, and extra — click on right here or try the related hyperlinks beneath: