Update: In a surprise move, there’s a free to keep game on Steam! This one’s called The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day, and is a story-driven adventure game from ComonGames. You can claim it here before the end of this weekend.
Original post: Welcome to the second installment of our Steam free weekend series. Last weekend, we covered several great games you could play for free. These included Black Desert Online, ARK: Survival Evolved, and more! There are still a few sales for those titles, so be sure to pick them up if you haven’t already. Otherwise, we have two free offers this weekend. This might not be much, but that doesn’t mean you should skip out on it by any means.
Starting, there’s the free DLC for Minion Masters. This DLC is free to keep if you claim it, so be sure to do so before the weekend is over. Minion Masters is a free-to-play card game from BetaDwarf, known for their previous card game Forced Showdown. In the game, you build a deck of cards and take on your opponents in a MOBA and tower defense hybrid. You can even bring along a friend for some 2v2 action, meaning double the fun! The DLC adds even more content to the game, bringing in a whole host of new cards and units. There are also several Power Tokens along with some cosmetics to spice up your avatar. There’s a lot of content here, so be sure to check the game and its DLC out on Steam.
The other offering is Rainbow Six: Siege, a first-person tactical shooter from the team at Ubisoft. Following a rough launch, the team has bounced back and created one of the best tactical shooters to date. You play as one of a whole host of different Attack and Defense characters as you play objective-based modes. Use each character’s different abilities long with communication with your four teammates to dominate your opponent. This title is a game that we can personally suggest, as it offers some great tactical gameplay and variety. There’s also a sale going, allowing you to pick up the game at 67% off on Steam and other platforms if you enjoy it.
This might not sound like a lot, but deckbuilding and shooter fanatics should be pleased. Will you be giving either of these titles a go? Any that you’re hoping to see have a free weekend in the future? Let us know your thoughts, and stay tuned here at The Nerd Stash for your news, reviews, and more!