The Amnesia Collection is Currently Free On Steam

The Amnesia Collection is currently free on Steam. You can pick up Amnesia: The Dark Descent and the sequel, A Machine for Pigs. Best of all, if you download and install the games while the promotion lasts, you’ll get to keep both of the games. The offer is limited-time only, so be sure to make use if the promotion before it ends.

The Amnesia Collection is Currently Free On Steam
The Amnesia Collection is Currently Free On Steam

If you’re a fan of horror games, and you’ve never played Amnesia, you got some catching up to do. It’s one of the finest horror gaming experiences of all time, and something that you absolutely have to play through. And, luckily, for a limited time, you can do so for free. Steam is offering the Amnesia Collection for completely free. The package includes two games: Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and its sequel, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. The bundle normally costs over $30, and you can have them for nothing.

Best of all, if you download and install these games, you can keep them after the offer ends. Normally, with Steam free weekends, you have to purchase the games after the promotion is over. Not the case with this one. The Amnesia Collection will be yours for good once you install the games. The announcement on Steam does not detail when exactly this promotion ends, but it is a limited-time offer. So, if you want to grab this bundle, make sure to do so as soon as possible. I’m not just saying this; I set the games to download this morning.

If you’ve somehow never heard of Amnesia, here it is in a nutshell. You wake up in a dilapidated castle, with your memory gone. From there, you delve deeper into the castle and the mystery it hides, discovering how you lost your memory and why. All the while, terrifying monsters will be attacking you, chipping away at your sanity. And there’s no way for you to fight them. You have to hide in the dark, which also takes away sanity. It’s terrifying and exhilarating.

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