Steam has made a mainstream game free for 2021, yet just temporarily. In 2020, engineers and distributers made their games free on Steam both ways to urge players to remain at home during the pandemic. In 2021, these free advancements have significantly eased back down. Be that as it may, after somewhat of a dry spell, engineer Total Mayhem Games has gotten down to business and made We Were Here wide open Steam clients.
Free until February 28, We Were Here is accessible as a free download, not a free preliminary. All in all, once downloaded, it’s all yours eternity and play at whatever point you’d like. The solitary catch is you need to download it before the previously mentioned date.
We Were Here flaunts a “Exceptionally Positive” Steam User Review rating, with 92 percent of analysts checking on the game emphatically across almost 14,600 surveys.
“Lost in a frozen no man’s land and separated from your accomplice inside an unwanted stronghold, the lone belonging you have left is a walkie-talkie with a natural voice on the opposite end,” peruses an authority lift pitch of the game. Will you two get yourself out as expected?”
On Steam, the game requires 4 GB of free space and all the more significantly, a working mouthpiece. In the event that you don’t have a working mouthpiece the game – in a real sense – doesn’t work. Past this, the game’s “Suggested” specs are quite sympathetic.
- Operating system: Windows 10 64 bit
- Processor: Intel Core i5-4460
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Illustrations: Nvidia GTX 960 same or higher or a Nvidia GTX 1060 for VR
- DirectX: Version 11
- Organization: Broadband Internet association
- Capacity: 4 GB accessible space
- Extra Notes: A working PC-viable receiver