Free PC games: Steam gives away the new spin-off of Portal

Free PC games: Steam gives away the new spin-off of Portal

Free PC games

This week we already talked about a series of free games redeemable on PC, but apparently we no longer stop adding zero-cost titles to our digital playrooms. In addition to the very generous Epic Games Store and the Prime Gaming subscription service, there is also Steam which in these hours has released the brand new spin-off experience of the Portal saga completely free for all.

Steam valve Let's talk about Aperture Desk Job, the new title set in the Portal universe released just today. This brief experience was created with the aim of being a title capable of showing the potential of the controls of the new Steam Deck portable hardware. This is why it is not an overly complex game or a particularly long-lasting game, but it is certainly a very curious experiment to try at no cost.

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To redeem this yet another title at no cost, just go to the official title page on Steam which you can find comfortably at this address. We also remind you that the free games of the week will not end here, and the next appointment is tomorrow with the free titles from the Epic Games Store.

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You don’t need a Steam Deck to play Valve’s free Steam Deck game

Valve has released a game console, so I guess it’s only right that the company releases a videogame to go along with it. Aperture Desk Job was announced last week alongside the Steam Deck release date, and today you can play it for yourself. It’s free, too, so if you’ve got any love for the lore and comedy of the Portal setting, you need to take a look.

While Aperture Desk Job is intended as an introduction to the Steam Deck’s features, you don’t actually need the machine to play it for yourself – just a controller will do. There are bits that would make use of features like the microphone, touch screen, or gyro controls, but there are some clever concessions if you’re working with a standard controller.

Aperture Desk Lab is about 30 minutes long – a bit more substantial than Valve’s previous Aperture Hand Lab demo, but still far from a full game. It is, however, the deepest dive we’ve had into Aperture Science in years, and Valve’s sense of dialogue and comedic timing is still some of the best in the business.

Head over to Steam to check out Aperture Desk Job for yourself.

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