The free to play PC games game in two flavors from Bad titles and shareware demos of high and decent quality. The idea of games that were free did not literally start with mobile mobile games but has been popularized by this method game development.
There are two basic types of free games, and we add both on our list;
-First, there are games that are literally free, with no content, skins, or alternate modes locked away.
-Second, you’ve got games that are free to play, but that place some kind of restriction on the game experience, and we’ve included titles that count many different play styles and types…Enjoy
1.Fortnite Battle Royale
Epic Games joined in on the Battle Royale gold rush with a free mode inside of an existing game, and it just happened to become an unstoppable cultural juggernaut. You can dive in with no upfront cost, and play this massively popular 100-player mode as much as you’d like. And if you end up wanting more content, the PVE early access is an upfront $40 investment. (Download it from Epic Games, or find out more on IGN)
Originally developed by Double Helix for the Xbox One’s launch, this superb fighting game has continued to see significant updates under the care of Iron Galaxy. Most importantly, it’s now available on PCs running Windows 10. There’s always going to be at least one character available to play for free, but you can also buy new characters or entire seasons worth of content outright. And since everything you’ve unlocked or purchased on the Xbox One transfers over to the Windows 10 version, there’s never a need to pay twice. (Download it on the Windows Store, or find out more on IGN)
3.Starcraft: Wings of Liberty
The sequel to one of the greatest RTS games of all time, WoL is only the first chapter in a three-part series, but it tells an excellent story that’s capable of standing on its own two feet. Blizzard builds an excellent single-player RTS and the story of Jim Raynor and Sarah Kerrigan is worth a playthrough in its own right.
4.Team Fortress 2
Dota 2, while wildly popular, isn’t Valve’s first free-to-play game. The house that Gordon built cut its F2P teeth on Team Fortress 2. Originally released as part of a bundle called The Orange Box, Valve made Team Fortress 2 free-to-play nearly four years after its original release. This class-based shooter is now infamous for its item-based economy and maintains a surprisingly large user base. Give it a go, but don’t let the virtual hat mafia get ahold of your Steam account.
5.Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 Lite
Do you thrive on competition? Well, the “Lite” version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 lets you live out all of the nail-biting moments of operating your own football club. You can play the online myClub mode and League mode, kick around with the exhibition matches and improve your skills with the training mode. It’s more limited than the full product, but it’s still a solid way to get a taste of what modern PES looks like. And if you’re dying for more soccer, you can always upgrade to the complete version later on. (Download it on Steam, or find out more on IGN)