EA’s basic survival horror romp Dead Space is now useless free for PC players in the event that they head on over to the Origin retailer.
The sci-fi nightmare of programs engineer Isaac Clarke (who may equally have been referred to as Arthur Asimov) would usually set you again £6.79 or $19.99, however EA has made it an ‘on the house’ recreation, that means you’ll be able to obtain it for free.
Do notice, although, that Dead Space will solely be free for a restricted time period, so if it tickles your fancy, then the finest concept could be to seize it sooner relatively than later.
The additional excellent news is that even in case you have an outdated PC, this is a recreation which dates again a decade, and therefore has fairly mild system necessities.
It’ll run with a 2.8GHz CPU, 2GB of system RAM (1GB should you’re nonetheless utilizing Windows XP – though hopefully that isn’t the case!), and a GeForce 6800 graphics card.
So it ought to run extraordinarily easily on a recent PC, though notice that you could be expertise some glitches that the PC model has been recognized to endure from (though that may usually be the case with actually outdated video games, anyway). Still, you’ve received actually nothing to lose right here, on the money entrance anyway.
Interested in some additional free of charge gaming? Don’t overlook that Blizzard made one other veteran basic, StarCraft II, a freebie for PC and Mac gamers final November.
Via PC Gamer