The weekend is approaching and, as usual, we leave you with a selection of games for PlayStation, Xbox and PC that you can try, redeem or receive in the coming days.
Let’s start with the weekly giveaway from Epic Games, which has renewed its promotion with Unrailed!, an entertaining multiplayer proposal to play in cooperative or competitive mode.
In Unrailed! we control one of four characters, whose mission is to collect resources to build the tracks of a moving train, and help it reach its destination.
The game offers several game modes both in cooperative option between four players and in teams of two users, to compete and see which of the two is the best. Moreover, it supports local multiplayer, online or a mixture of both, and has the function of sharing control and keyboard between two users.
The scenarios of the five available biomes are randomly generated, so replayability is guaranteed.
Not mocked! It will be available until Thursday, August 11.
But those who want a higher impact experience Throughout the weekend, you will be able to play Far Cry 6, the latest installment of the famous Ubisoft franchise, completely free.
Far Cry 6 takes us to the fictional island of Yara (clearly inspired by Castro’s Cuba), a paradise ruled with an iron fist by dictator Anton Castillo, played by actor Giancarlo Esposito.
The game puts us in the shoes of a new member of the resistance who will try to overthrow Castillo’s government using an improvised arsenal made with the limited resources of the movement.
The Free Weekend, which ends Monday the 7th, is available on all platforms and not only provides access to the full game, but also all downloadable content released so far.
Additionally, Far Cry 6 is 60% off and all progress made in the test carries over to the final version.
And finally, this week, they allowed August’s Free PlayStation Plus Essential Gameswhich include three major titles in versions for both generations of consoles.
The first of these is Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1+2, the remake of the first two games in the popular skateboarding series which combines elements of both classics in one package. Scenarios and character models created from scratch and a new soundtrack are supported by renewed gameplay that retains the spirit of the originals.
The second is Yakuza: Like a Dragon, the seventh installment of the SEGA saga which explores the underworld of the Japanese mafia with drama and humor. Like a Dragon tells a new story, with a new protagonist, and abandons the traditional combat system and replaces it with a turn-based system more typical of Japanese RPGs.
The selection is completed by Little Nightmares, a platform and puzzle adventure with touches of terror in which we control a boy who wakes up on a mysterious ship inhabited by strange and grotesque giant creatures who only want to devour him. A game that Tim Burton would be proud of, straight out of the darkest nightmares.
PlayStation games will be available throughout August.