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Sunless Sea and Fractured Space Available for Free This Weekend on Steam
If you are looking for some free games this weekend for the PC, Sunless Sea and Fractured Space will be available for free on Steam this weekend. In fact if you download Fractured Space during the free period you’ll also get to keep it.
Along with the free weekend for Sunless Sea, developer Filbetter Games revealed some details on new features for the game in a Steam update:
“Hello to those of you who’ve joined us for the free weekend! And welcome, returning zailors – we have some treats for you.
Oh the Londoners flock to see the Unterzee…
The immensely talented Dan Bull has created a rap about Sunless Sea, and the video has just been released. Complete with zailor costumes. It’s amazing. Watch it here!
New in Sunless Sea: The Rose-Market
Collectors and eccentrics gather on Roser’s Wharf, eager to buy curiosities from returning zee-captains. Can you navigate the market’s archaic customs and turn a profit?
The Rose-Market appears irregularly in London, and offers an unpredictable opportunity to earn a good price for many less-used items.
In addition, after your captain has some zeefaring experience, new options will open on ten islands, allowing you to explore some of the stranger customs of the unterzee and exchange lesser items for more valuable ones. The items you can earn are – coincidentally! – popular among Rose-Market collectors.
Steam trading cards and badges
By popular demand, Sunless Sea now has Steam trading cards and badges! Scholars of the Correspondence will be very interested to discover the badges, as each is a sigil with a corresponding definition. We look forward to seeing you all discover them together!”
Though they are two very different games, as both are free they will be well worth checking out. With Fractured Space being offered permanently it will be well worth checking out.
Which game will you be playing, Sunless Sea or Fractured Space? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.