Il new free game for the weekend Of Steam is officially available for download from this moment: the new limited-time trial does not require any mandatory purchase, but only an account on the Valve home store.
This time the fans will be able to take advantage of a big multiplayer created by Ubisoft: we are talking about Tom Clancy’s The Division 2the famous open world with action RPG mechanics (if you prefer to play on consoles, find the Gold Edition on Amazon).
Thanks to this new promotion, you will be able to try all the contents of the standard edition all weekendwithout any further limitation.
Since this is also a title designed to make the most of multiplayer, you can also use this free trial as an opportunity to get together together with your friends and have fun together.
To be able to start taking advantage of this opportunity right away, all you have to do is head to the official page Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 on Steam at the following address, then click the button “Start Game” to start the download on your PC. We take this opportunity to point out that the title is also compatible on Steam Deckif you prefer to play on the go.
Once this operation is completed, you can start having fun on Ubisoft’s big open world without having to make any purchases: the free trial will remain available for another 3 days starting today.
Should you wish to keep all your progress and purchase the full game, please note that multiple editions of The Division 2 are currently on offer at a very generous 85% discountwhich will remain valid until May 25th.
In case you want to add a new free game to your collection on Steam instead, we remind you that you have until May 25 also to redeem an award-winning post-apocalyptic FPS.
But that’s not all: 6 new free games have been released in the past few hours, which can already be downloaded without any type of purchase being necessary.
On the other hand, remaining on the subject of free trials, it seems that Steam has also decided to inaugurate the time trials for triple-A titles: the first game participating in the initiative is Dead Space Remake, which you can play for 90 minutes until May 29th.