New F2P on Steam: Realm of the Mad God and Fallen Earth
This week, Steam has added two new free-to-play games to its library: Realm of the Mad God and Fallen Earth.
Realm of the Mad God is described as a “cooperative MMO bullet hell shooter,” and features permanent death, class quests, and achievements. Fallen Earth is a post-apocalyptic third person shooter, previously pay-to-play, set in the Grand Canyon. Returning veterans through Steam will get 3 days of Commander Premium and a Hermit Crab pet.
Realm of the Mad God Gameplay Screenshot
Realm of the Mad God is Now Available and Free to Play on Steam!
Realm of the Mad God is the first ever cooperative MMO bullet hell shooter. Fight monsters in groups of up to 85 players!
Dodge blasts from devious monsters while you work with friendly teammates to take down the Mad God himself. Realm is a major advance for MMOs, putting dozens of players into the middle of an intense action game straight out of the arcades. The game is free to play; jump in for 5 minutes or stay for hours.
Fallen Earth Free-to-Play is now available on Steam.
It’s 2156, and the world has been destroyed by both nuclear and bio-chemical means. Your story takes place in one of the few habitable places left in the world, the Grand Canyon. As a clone with an uncertain past, your job is survival in a world now built on destruction, betrayal and fragile factional alliances.
Returning Steam players of Fallen Earth-Blood Sport will receive two special loyalty items:
3 Days of Commander Premium – Enjoy the benefits of the highest level Premium package available in Fallen Earth, including increased XP gain, crafting speed, a 20% Marketplace discount and the team effect Commander Aura which grants your premium benefits to your entire group (and is stackable)!
Trashy the Hermit Crab – This oversized hermit crab serves as a loyal companion in the Wasteland, and provides you with 5 extra inventory slots!
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