Tomb Raider 2013 is free for those who #StayAtHome

Tomb Raider 2013 is free for those who #StayAtHome

Another good reason to stay at home.

As part of the Stay Home and Play campaign, Square Enix has an offer. The publisher is making Tomb Raider 2013 free on Steam to keep forever.

The World Health Organization has warned that young people in many countries are not resistant to the disease and must stop socialising and spreading it to older, more vulnerable people.

Square Enix announced yesterday that they launched Tomb Raider 2013 as well as Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris on Steam for free. The offer will be up from now until 7 am (UTC) on Tuesday, March 24. When you download the games in this period, it’s yours to keep them forever.

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“We’re warmed by stories of communities banding together to support those in need during uncertain times, and by honoring directives intended to protect the most vulnerable among us,” Square Enix stated in recent blog post. 

“Gamers are part of a global community. We regularly rally together online to return balance to fantasy kingdoms, recruit crew to save the universe from sci-fi threats, and indulge in healthy competition through high-octane action games. For others, shifting to both online work and play is unfamiliar territory.”

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Tomb Raider isn’t the only free game to keep on Steam as part of efforts related to coronavirus right now. Headsnatchers, Drawful 2 and Deiland are free. Stanley Parable and Watch Dogs are available on the Epic Games Store for free. Moreover, GOG has a range of DRM-free games to play for free as part of the same campaign.

As Leadergamer.net team, we also kindly ask for your co-operation. We would like to remind you that humanity needs your compassion in these dire times. Let’s show the world the power and unity of the gaming community. #StayAtHome


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