9 free PC and console games this weekend

The weekend has finally arrived and with it a period of well-deserved rest. And to help you pack for the fun, Voxel has listed 9 free PC and console games which you can download now.

The list is diverse, ranging from sports titles to casual and most competitive FPS titles. Furthermore, we have not forgotten those who love to play games on their mobile phones and have listed the mobile options as well.

See below for a list of platform games to download, a brief description, and a trailer for each:

1. One hundred days

  • platforms: PRAÇA;
  • where to download: epic games;
  • plot: The game is a winemaking simulator (the process of turning grapes into wine) with elements of strategy and farm style. The game is free on the Epic Games Store until September 15th, and once it’s in the library, it’s available forever.

2. Fate 2

  • platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S;
  • where to download: Epic Games Store, Steam, PlayStation Store and Xbox Store;
  • plot: Destiny 2 is an action MMO and FPS with a unique evolving world that you can play anytime, anywhere with your friends.

3. Rumbleverse

  • platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S;
  • where to download: Epic Games Store, PlayStation Store and Xbox Store;
  • plot: is a game that combines fighting and battle royale elements as it pits 40 players against each other in an arena.

4. Autumn boys

  • platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch
  • where to download: Epic Games Store, PlayStation Store, Xbox Store and Nintendo eShop
  • plot: is a free-to-play, cross-platform, multiplayer party royale game where you and other competitors race through absurd and increasingly chaotic obstacle courses until a lucky winner emerges.

5. MultiVersus

  • platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S;
  • where to download: Epic Games Store, Steam, PlayStation Store and Xbox Store;
  • plot: released in July this year, MultiVersus is a free-to-play fighting game similar to Smash Bros, but with Warner characters like Batman, Steven Universe, Wonder Woman, Jake and Finn, Shaggy, Scooby and more.

6. FIFA Mobile

  • platforms: mobile;
  • where to download: App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android);
  • plot: Create your ultimate team and start your soccer journey today. More than 15,000 players await the football stars, including high-profile talents such as Kylian Mbappe, Christian Pulisic and Son Heung-min, as well as more than 600 teams, including Real Madrid and Manchester City.

7. eFootball 2023

  • platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S
  • where to download: Steam, PlayStation Store and Xbox Store
  • plot: Traditional Pro Evolution Soccer was called eFootball and turned into a free game. After much criticism for its problematic launch, the game has received fixes and is more fun to play with friends.

8. The Sims Freeplay

  • platforms: mobile;
  • where to download: App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android);
  • plot: The game is a free-to-play The Sims mobile experience. The goal of the game is to grow the city, expand the community, make the Sims happy and see them flourish and live fulfilling lives.

9. Trackmania

  • platforms: PRAÇA;
  • where to download: Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store;
  • plot: Ubisoft Nadeo’s famous racing game franchise has reinvented itself and returned to PC for free for all players.

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