THQ Nordic hands out two free games to celebrate tenth anniversary

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Be sure to take advantage of these free games before September 23

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To celebrate the tenth anniversary of THQ Nordic, the publisher is holding a major Steam sale and giving away Titan Quest Anniversary Edition And Jagged Alliance Gold Edition for free.

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Starting tomorrow (September 16) and continuing through September 23, both games are available to download and play for free on Steam.

titan quest is a hack and slash action RPG, rooted in ancient Greek mythology, that tasks players with fighting the Titans, the “greatest villains of Greek mythology”. To be successful, the Steam page adds that players must “interpret the prophecies of the blind seer Tiresias, fight alongside Agamemnon and Achilles, and use Odysseus’ moves”.

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During this, Jagged Alliance Gold Edition A cult classic from 1994 that blends strategy and RPG elements to allow fans to create their own team of mercenaries and free the island of Metavira from the oppressive villain Santino. Original, with a mix of wide-lens field strategy and turn-based combat jagged alliance Has remained a fan favorite since its launch nearly three decades ago.

Plus, THQ Nordic’s tactical Wild West stealth game Desperados 3 Also available to play for free, although this is only temporary and will require a purchase to continue playing after September 20th.

To pick up any game, go here jagged alliance steam page, titan quest Steam page or Desperados 3 Steam page and press ‘Add to account’ (or ‘Play game’) Desperados 3)

The free games are part of a wider celebration around THQ Nordic’s tenth anniversary, and bulk discount Available for almost every Steam game under the publisher’s banner. Today (September 17) there will also be a tenth anniversary showcase that will reveal six new games, and can be viewed Here.

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In other news, Yuji Naka has begun solo development on a new game, although he says it is “no big deal”.

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