Weekend PC download deals: Free Payday 2 and Red Faction Guerrilla weekends

Now that PAX East is over, it's time to get back into PC gaming. Steam would like to help by offering some big-time free weekends, as well as the entire Ubisoft library on sale.


Now that everybody's coming down from the PAX East high, PC gaming retailers are offering some of their best deals to get everyone jumping back on their machines. Steam, in particular, is bringing out even more of the big guns by offering the entire Ubisoft library for sale. Not only that, but they've got free weekends for Payday 2, Red Faction Guerrilla, and the X franchise. Of course, not everyone is sitting back and letting Steam take the weekend, as Green Man Gaming is offering up the Borderlands franchise, Amazon is offering up Grand Theft Auto, and GamersGate has the best of Paradox Interactive. All this and more below!

Here's our selection of this weekend's PC deals:


Bundle Stars

Pay $4.99 for F1 Race Stars and its DLC packs. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $4.99 for Enemy Front, Space Rangers HD: A War Apart, Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar, 10 Years After, Reprisal Universe, Samudai, Boid, Blitzkrieg Anthology, Blitzkrieg 2 Anthology, and Redline. These activate on Steam.

Or Pay $2.99 for Crimsonland, Violett, Frederic: Resurrection of Music, Frederic: Evil Strikes Back, War in a Box: Paper Tanks, Urja, Antisquad, Hero of the Kingdom, inMomentum, and The Blue Flamingo. These activate on Steam.


  • Train Simulator 2015 [Steam] - $7.49 (75% off)
  • All Train Simulator 2015 DLC is also on sale here.



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Green Man Gaming

Use the code JBTBG5-7GVTE8-W2YXRV to get 20% off your purchase. Some exclusions apply.

Humble Bundle



As well as regular discounts, Steam has a couple of additional weekend deals.

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