Insurgency Is Currently Free on Steam; Yours to Keep Forever

Insurgency is currently free to own on Steam and can be yours to keep forever, New World Interactive has announced.

In order to claim your free copy, all you have to do is go to the Insurgency Steam Store page and click install. Then you must play the game during the 48-hour window in order to keep it forever. The 48-hour opportunity to claim your copy began at 5pm UK time on August 13th, so you have until 5 pm on August 15th to add it to your library permanently.

Not only that, but by claiming your free copy of Insurgency, New World Interactive are giving all owners of the game a 10% loyalty discount on Insurgency: Sandstorm which releases on Steam on September 18th.

There’s already a 10% pre-order discount on Insurgency: Sandstorm, meaning that your overall discount will double to 20% just by having Insurgency in your library. That knocks just over 5 pounds of the game, bringing the cost down from £25.99 to £20.79.

If you’re looking for a new first-person shooter to play, now is the perfect time to give Insurgency a try. Thanks to the free promotion, over 100,000 people are currently playing on Steam, so there’s plenty of people to play with. And if you’re looking at grabbing its highly anticipated sequel, Insurgency: Sandstorm, it’s a no-brainer really, if solely for the extra discount.
Even if you’re not interested in actually playing the game, this freebie is another great opportunity to grab some Steam trading cards. There’d be no harm in trying the game though, would there?

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