Steam's Latest Free Weekend Games Now Available
Travel to Tamriel and race some cars.
ESO's free weekend gives you 5 days to try out the base game; the trial will expire on March 28. In addition, if you end up wanting to buy the game, it's on sale right now for $20 (normally $30). You'll get the base game and the Morrowind expansion. It's worth noting, though, that if you think you'll want Summerset, it's still cheaper right now to buy the $40 version that comes with the base game and both expansions.
This promotion comes soon after Zenimax announced a new expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online. Called Summerset, the DLC takes players to the Summerset Isle--the home of High Elves--and adds a new story, order, and skills. It launches in June and will cost $40 if you don't own the base game and $30 if you do.
F1 2017, meanwhile, is playable for free for the next three days, until Sunday, March 25. This installment in the F1 series is one of the best, and received a 9/10 in GameSpot's review. It's also on sale right now if you want to keep playing after the free weekend is over. It currently costs $18, down from $60.
You can download ESO here and F1 2017 here. They are full game downloads, although they'll become inaccessible after the free weekend ends unless you buy the games. In addition, be sure to check out Steam Punks, GameSpot's latest show on new Steam games you might've missed.
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