translated from Spanish: Five free games for PC and consoles to play on the weekend

The weekend is coming and the offer of free games for all platforms is renewed, between betas, alphas, gifts from companies and much more. That’s why we leave you a selection of the best things that you will be able to play during this weekend without putting a weight. Some are games that you will be able to redeem permanently, others that you will be able to try without limits, and some are tests before the final release. We start then with the alpha of Call of Duty: Vanguard, which is already available on PlayStation consoles and will be available until Sunday at 2 pm in Argentina.La alpha includes a first look at the new Champion Hill mode, which is an adaptation of the popular Gunfight mode, but in battle royale format. We already told you all the details when it was announced this week, and if you have a PlayStation you can already download and play it.

Another test that was enabled this week is that of Riders Republic, the new extreme sports game from Ubisoft. Riders Republic puts you in control of an athlete who has to compete in different disciplines across a huge map that includes mountain sections, roads and even icy peaks. The beta was enabled on Wednesday for users of all platforms, and will be playable until tomorrow on PlayStation, Xbox and PC.

Coming out of free trials, Epic Games updated its catalog of gift games this week with a surprise release, which added to last Thursday’s announcement. Both titles will be available for one week. Automachef was the first game released this week. The Hermes Interactive project proposes us to manage a fully automated kitchen, maximizing resources to obtain the best possible performance and performance. It will be necessary to design, plan and program turning each new scenario into a puzzle to be solved, with several game modes available, including a campaign with history and a free and infinite one.

The game can be redeemed by clicking on this link. This week’s surprise game was Saints Row: The Third Remastered, the remastering of the third game in the series, which by far is undoubtedly the best in the franchise. The Saints Row saga was born as a clone of Grand Theft Auto, but with the passing of the deliveries it found its own voice betting on humor and absurdity. The series is going to get a reboot in 2022, so it’s a great time to play it as a prelude to what’s to come.

You will find Saints Row: The Third Remastered in this link. We ended up with Splitgate, a competitive first-person action game that due to the success of its open beta had to delay the final release in order to increase the capacity of the servers. During this year’s Gamescom the studio announced the debut of Season 0 and the expansion of the servers. Splitgate is a frenetic shooter that has the rhythm of a classic like Halo, but integrates a system of portals similar to that of Portal, the classic of Valve, offering a combination of skill and strategy that hit very hard among the players.

Splitgate is available completely free on PC and PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
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