Ever since 2021 rolled around four months ago, our expectations of greeting the new year in a COVID-free world have been unfortunately dashed, leaving some of us with too much time, and too little money.
And for those that love video-games this can come as quite the conundrum as we already made a full tour of our shelves back in 2020, and now find ourselves craving for new experiences.
But, since gaming doesn’t have to be expensive in order to be awesome, we gathered here a list of titles you can try out today without spending a dime.
Made by the same company behind the legendary franchise Halo, Destiny 2 is an experience that every fan of shooters and MMOs should have at least once in their lifetime.
Featuring an expansive world, a colorful cast of characters and, frankly, more content that you could possibly cover within a natural human life-span, Destiny 2 has garnered for itself a dedicated fan-base even if it had its ups and downs in the past.
So, if you’ve got a chip on your shoulder for killing aliens, exploring the solar system or just grinding for Destiny 2 gear to sell, this is most definitely the game for you.
If you are the type of person that loves the role-playing aspect of MMORPGs you are absolutely going to love Guild Wars 2, with its rich and flavorful lore, the in depth character customization system and smooth as butter leveling and questing.
The game stands out from most others of its genre due to how it strays off the beaten path laid out by World of Warcraft and tries to be its own experience, at which it is successful for the most part without sacrificing quality.
Now, if you are the type of person that prefers to duke it out with other players in a highly competitive game of tactics that mixes RPG elements with unique characters and roles, you probably already heard of League of Legends.
And, just in the case that you’ve been living under a rock for the last 7 years or so, let me tell you how you’ve been missing out.
This is the quintessential game for those that have knack for team work and competition, with maps that are as varied as they are detailed and hundreds of playable champions that feel unique in both the way they play and look.
The truth is that gaming is not, and hopefully never will be exclusive to people with money, and there is always going to be new titles from companies willing to deliver a fun experience for free, all we have to do is keep an open eye out for these opportunities.
Is there any free game that you felt was missing from our list? If so, try to tell us and everybody else in the comments, this way, you not only may find something new to play yourself, but give other people the opportunity to do the same.