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(Pocket-lint) – Free is priceless, right? In all areas, getting something for free is like cheating, even if it’s far from criminal.

A decade ago, a free game was a sign that something was wrong with the number of players or that it wasn’t good enough for people to pay. However, this is far from the case today. This model spawned some of the most successful and dominant games ever released, and there have never been so many high quality free games.

So we thought it best to help you weed out the mediocre options to find the hidden gems and obvious hits that make up the best games you can play right now without paying a dime. Here you can have fun for hours, and it’s all free.

It’s worth noting that apart from the free PC games we’ve reviewed below, you can also use the Nvidia GeForce Now service to play plenty of games for free. While this is a paid service, there is a free tier that will allow you to play for an hour on any compatible device.

Our selection of the best free games to play today

Call of Duty: Warzone

Warzone might just be the best choice on this list, if only because of its popularity. This is about from Battle Royale from the Call of Duty franchise. And a free-to-play game where up to 150 players battle each other on a huge map.

It’s a crazy shooter that rewards skill and patience, and it’s just great to play, especially with friends. Also, while it has a Battle Pass system for those willing to pay, there’s nothing stopping you from playing it without paying.

World of Tanks

If you like armored fighting vehicles and free games, World of Tanks might be for you. It is a free-to-play team shooter featuring over 600 tanks and offering the thrill of tank battles. Customize your tank and go to war!

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If there’s one game that has taken free-to-play models into the mainstream, it’s Fortnite, which has gained an absolutely huge player base thanks in part to its free-to-play battle royale offering.

Now it’s a cultural juggernaut that every parent will recognize, and it’s constantly expanding its scope and systems to become more complex, but there’s one thing that hasn’t changed: its run, shoot, and build gameplay is now just as free to access. as it was then.

Thunder of War

War Thunder offers it all: it claims to be the most complete free-to-play military MMO game on the market. Over 500 aircraft to fly, 300 ground combat vehicles to blast and ships to navigate. This is a large-scale war with an endless experience that only gets better.

Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact came out of nowhere and achieved huge popularity all over the world. It’s an open-world RPG that’s clearly inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but with a core character collection mechanic that makes it extremely addictive.

You won’t get very far without spending some money, but the game is so polished and fun that you won’t mind much. It’s one of the most popular games right now, so give it a try sometime.

world of warships

Prefer battles on the high seas? Do you like the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčassembling an armada and recreating historical battles? Then World of Warships might be for you. Sail all kinds of ships, from battleships to cruisers, destroyers and everything in between.

You can play alone or with friends and of course it’s completely free.

Dota 2

Dota 2 immediately stands out from the above shooters. This is a much more difficult game, a battle arena consisting of 5v5 matches that can last up to an hour. It’s a hell of a game, but also extremely addictive, with nearly limitless combinations of possible outcomes to consider at any time.

Anyone who has tried it knows how easy it is to get carried away with the game, and developer Valve is constantly tweaking it and adding new characters or features. Believe me, this is a game worth trying, while its main competitor, League of Legends, requires your time just as much.

Apex Legends

Apex Legends may be another battle royale shooter, but it really shook things up at a time when Fortnite was virtually untouchable in terms of dominance. It adds heroic characters with different abilities for players to choose from, as well as a revolutionary ping system to help players communicate – so good that every other game is now copying it.

It’s a very fun team shooter and you don’t have to spend money to get the edge. Unlocking is available with a little patience, while cosmetics are basically all there is to it if you choose to pay.

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Hearthstone, Blizzard’s monolith of card games, is a must if you’ve ever played and enjoyed a collectible card game. This is a card game with a very simple set of rules that get infinitely more complex depending on the cards you choose for your deck and the tactics you choose to follow.

Games can be very fast and simple, and they are available on all types of platforms, so you can make things right even when you’re on the go. Fun graphics and voice acting emphasize your battles, and you’ll quickly find yourself obsessed with how to win the next round. It’s a lot of fun and completely free.

Destiny 2

Destiny 2 was not originally a free-to-play game, but has been an incentive for new players to try it out. This is the new brainchild of Bungie, with a large loyal player base and gameplay that can’t be beat.

Also, since expansions and changes appear frequently, you can expect more content in the future. If you’re looking for a relaxing game with real challenge potential, playing Destiny 2 with friends might be the answer.

The Great Adventures of Captain Ghost

Most of the games on this list are multiplayer – it’s just the current market trend. The Amazing Adventures of Captain Ghost is a welcome exception. It’s kind of a quasi-prologue to Life is Strange 2, the latest installment in Ubisoft’s adventure game series, but it’s a lighter and more concise narrative.

It’s so good that Life is Strange 2 recommends that you play it before you even start Episode 2, and while it doesn’t last long, it’s an amazing experience that’s completely free.

CS:GO

CS:GO is almost synonymous with competitive FPS games. It is a popular and highly acclaimed esports game. Even though it has been around since 2012, it still tops the player charts on Steam.

Warframe

Playing in games like Destiny and other massive shooters, Warframe started from a humble beginning but gradually built up its audience to earn a truly impressive reputation. You can play it on all consoles (even Switch) and PC, and its combination of dynamic fire and action is a really fun and explosive anti-stress game.

The story is a bit difficult to understand at first, but you’ll get used to it and will soon be going on missions with your teammates.

CRSED: FEED

CRSED: FOAD is another free-to-play battle royale game but with some twists as it features characters with special powers and various rituals, traps and sprays that change the game’s dynamics and keep it interesting. Whether it’s a ritual that releases zombies on the map or temporarily floods the environment, or just a ritual that helps you instantly jump from a great height.

There’s a lot to like about this game, and it’s free for both PC and console.

Written by Max Freeman-Mills and Adrian Willings.