Quite a few large online game gross sales are occurring proper now, together with the Steam Winter Sale, PlayStation Holiday Sale, and Xbox Countdown Sale. But should you want getting video games free of charge (and who does not?), GOG has what you are on the lookout for. Between now and December 30, you’ll be able to download the horror game Soma for PC, Mac, and Linux, completely free. While you are there, GOG in all probability hopes you may try its personal winter sale, which runs via January 3.
Soma is a first-person sport that takes place in an underwater analysis lab. As usually occurs in these kinds of video games, you end up alone within the facility with no recollection of how you bought there or what is going on on. Your job is to keep away from being killed by what lurks within the shadows as you study in regards to the lab and make your option to security.
SOMA – Accolades Trailer
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In GameSpot’s 9/10 Soma review, Richard Wakeling wrote, “I came in expecting something similar to Amnesia, just in a terrifying new location, but what I found is an intelligent game that forced me to think and contemplate ideas as only the best sci-fi is capable of doing. It may not stir the hordes of wailing YouTubers looking for the next best haunted house, but SOMA succeeds at crafting something much more meaningful in a genre that’s deserving of more than just simple jump scares.”
To get your free (and DRM-free) copy, all you should do is jump over to GOG, check in or create an account, and click on the “Claim” button. Do that, and you may obtain an electronic mail saying Soma has been added to your library. Easy peasy.
That’s not the one deal GOG has going proper now; over 2,000 video games are on sale for as much as 90% off. And should you spend simply $0.01 through the winter sale, you may obtain a free copy of the 1996 technique sport Fantasy General (commonly $1.50). Spend $15, and you will get Everspace (usually $30) free of charge.