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Who are the Top 15 free games on Steam in 2022?

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Today we will make a top ranking free to play games on Steam. It is time for you to try them on your PC or consoles and kill the rest of the little free time you have.

As you surely know, if there is a platform that really shows a power that any console envy is without a doubt the PC, which has a tremendous catalog of games that can be tested by users without spending a single penny that is Steam. Thanks to this, we want to talk to you about some of them that stood out from the others and that you should try.


15. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is a brand-new video game based on the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game.
YuGiOh Master Duel is no more pay to win than your standard TCG, which is a rarity in the free-to-play market where layers upon layers of obfuscation are practically its own meta. Master Duel seems to want to take care of its new players very well, with each solo scenario nugget equipped with a two-part tutorial bringing you up to speed on specific decks and combos. Despite the welcomed playability of solo mode, online PvP is the real draw for this game, with the online duel option sitting pretty at the top of the game’s main menu. The ranked game mode functions just as you think it might, with similarly skilled duellists battling it out to go further up the ladder and benefit from more rewards.


14. Brawlhalla

Brawlhalla is a great, free alternative to Super Smash Bros., but just doesn’t have the same spark that makes it stand out beyond that. It’s a free-to-play platform fighting game featuring both online and local competition as well as single-player and co-op modes. Though learning how to play it is easy, learning how to play it with skill is a challenge!
This game has been rated PEGI 7 because of depictions of non-realistic violence set in a child-friendly setting or context.



The game called the fastest card battler in the Multiverse is available now on Mobile and PC in Early Access. It’s another TCG like Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. Assemble your MARVEL dream team from a super roster of your favorite heroes and villains. MARVEL SNAP is fast-paced, adrenaline-pumping, strategic card battler that puts you in control of it all – make your move.
The gameplay of Marvel Snap is considered relatively simple compared to other collectible card games, and individual games typically last a few minutes.

Super People


Super People is a next-generation Battle Royale FPS game for PC. Featuring 12 different playable classes each with diverse abilities and unique skills. In the end, only one super solider or squad will remain standing. The gameplay is fun and is more or less what you’d expect from any battle royale, while the gunplay is very lenient in terms of recoil compared to other games of the genre.
It runs smooth thought it can be a bit laggy the first match of the day, but then everything will just slides like butter. There is plenty of different classes one can choose from and you level up quick so after a few matches you’ll be able to choose from every one of them.

Albion Online

11. Albion Online

Albion Online is a sandbox MMORPG set in an open medieval fantasy world. It has a fully player-driven economy; all equipment items are player-crafted.
If you like PvP, looting people you kill, player driven economies and Moba style combat, you will like this game. If you are a big fan of PvE content or lore/story-driven games, you won’t like this game. Make sure you know, this game has a high grinding level.


10. MultiVersus

MultiVersus is an free to play platform fighting game its actually pretty soild for an free game, lets you team up with your friends using some of the most iconic characters including Batman, Shaggy and others.
Overall, i believe Multiversus is a fun game at it’s core, but player beware I fear Warner Brothers has gotten a bit greedy again. My concerns are with the monetization, luckily it seems you can enjoy the entire game without spending a penny and that is a positive. Visually speaking the game looks great, I enjoy the aesthetics of the game and seeing my childhood icons come to life just makes it all that much better.


9. Shatterline

Got a hero shooter itch? Like CoD? Want some PvE Co-Op Roguelike action? Then I’d recommend this for you!
Shatterline is a fast-paced free-to-play FPS with a roguelike co-op mode (Expedition) as well as several traditional PvP modes such as TDM, Conquest, Plant-the-Bomb, and Escort. The game is still in early access. PVE aspects of the game are incredibly fun, chill, and quite relaxing (until the final boss).
Gunplay feels solid with a decent recoil system so you actually have to control your aim. Although I hope more guns will be added in the near future to add a little more variety to the gameplay.


8. Crossout

The post-apocalyptic MMO Action game. Craft unique battle machines and destroy your enemies in explosive PvP online battles! Build a machine, drive fast and blow stuff up. Just fantastic!
The building system is easy to get into, but at the same time somehow manages to offer impressive variety and creativity. You can easily spend hours in the garage, tweaking your build, carefully balancing speed, handling, survivability and utility to your liking. If you enjoy the game, the grind is so mild it almost doesn’t exist. The progression is faster than some modern paid titles.

Eternal Return

7. Eternal Return

Eternal Return is a FREE TO PLAY unique competitive MOBA-BATTLE ROYALE hybrid where you race against the clock as much as you fight other players. Every second matters or you might fall behind. No pay to win. Just you, your skill, and your favorite characters.
Combining elements from both Battle Royale and MOBA genre, the game has a lot to offer with a surprising amount of depth. If you were ever a fan of League of Legends, Dota 2, Battlerite etc. you will enjoy this game. You can play Solo, Duo, or Trios, the cast is currently about 35 characters deep, and the developers intend to release 1 new character every 2 weeks until 70 characters.
When you start playing Eternal Return there will be an initial curve of difficulty due to some unique systems in the game that revolve around collecting various small components spread out around the playable map, to craft your greater items.

Dota Underlords

6. Dota Underlords

Dota Underlords is a new stand-alone game that pits you against seven opponents in a battle of wits that will have you building, combining, and leveling-up a crew in a battle of dominance for the city of White Spire. In this game, victory is determined not by twitch reflexes, but by superior tactics. Knowledge of DotA is not required to play Underlords, but a good amount of adaptive strategy is a must. Spending valuable coins on just any piece is the quickest way to lose the game.
Dota Underlords started as a modification of an existing title Auto Chess, and is in a competition with Team Fight Tactics (another auto chess game from Riot).

Conqueror's Blade

5. Conqueror’s Blade

In Conqueror’s Blade you lead troops into battle. From archers to riders to hell even peasants. With your troops you are pitted into fierce combat against other players and their troops to siege castles or secure points. Doing so earns you Bronze and EXP for your troops and your character.
The game is free. You can download now and be thrown into a world of fighting immediately. It is instantly fun and engaging, once you push your first siege tower to the walls and storm in with your allies and troops you will be hooked. Also the matchmaking is obviously instanced, so if you only want to do Sieges/ Open Field battles and not bother with other stuff you don’t have to ever leave the starting city.
If you like Mount and Blade, you will be enamored with this game. Imagine the Sieges of M&B but with real people storming the walls and a more in Depth Unit system.



PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) is a battle-royale, 100-players, open-world MMOFPS/TPS set on a massive 8x8km land. The game supports solo, duo, and squad (3-4 people) play. Gameplay is very straightforward, you hop off a plane, loot weapons, armors, and equipments from buildings, and survive the thrilling PvP bloodbath.
PUBG is obviously not the first massive battle-royale game out there, yet it stands on the pinnacle of its genre. As you may have known, PUBG has had a highly successful launch, securing a place on Steam’s Top Seller game. If you’re looking for a good battle-royale PvP, look no further. You’ve struck the gold.

Apex Legends

3. Apex Legends

Apex Legends is one of the best ‘feeling’ fps games on the market, everything is tight from the looting, to movement, the gunplay, and so much more. Being one of the few games standing after the battle royal craze, Apex Legends proves it is here to stay. This is the only BR that rewards aggressive playstyle, discourages camping and has a movement-based skill gap. And probably the only one worth putting time into to “git gud”.
Apex offers trios and duos for unranked and duos ranked. It also has skill based matchmaking so you should encounter more players around similar skill levels to yours. Besides that, Apex tends to have a lot of variety in adding limited time modes to change up the pace. Ranging from solos, to snipers & shotgun, and many holiday themed events.


2. Warframe

What is Warframe? Warframe is a mostly PVE third person shooter action game with parkour elements flawlessly integrated into the gameplay. You have seen games do parkour before of course, but these are space ninjas we’re talking about, which means you can basically fly around the stage at high speed while letting loose a torrent of bullets, rockets and/or high-energy plasma, or just take out your trusty sword/hammer/fists and cripple anything in your path. This game is free. You are not required to spend a single penny in order to experience the full content of the game.
All characters, quests and environments are fully disclosed to you on their due time.
This game has thousands of mods. Unlike its ‘comparable’ Destiny, this game has more than a dumbed down skill tree. This game has a modding system. One which lets your power have billions of stat combos. Even the placement of mods will determine their effectiveness!

Path of Exile

1. Path of Exile

If you like action role-playing game (ARPG) but have not played this game yet, you must. Grinding Gear Games, an indie gaming company with their entirely free-to-play game, have created one of the most complex, in-depth and innovative ARPG in the gaming industry.
But, this game is not very friendly to casual players, beginners will have a relatively hard time grasping the game’s multiple mechanics that have never been in an ARPG previously. However those who put in the time to learn the game’s basics will be rewarded with a tremendously addictive game with nearly infinite ways to play. Simply the most in-depth Hack’n’Slash out there and the best according to me. Character customization is top-notch and replayability is huge.
The developers work along side with the community to improve the game and add new content. They do a great job balancing the game and deploying constant patches and updates. The support is surprisingly responsive and open to any kind of feedback.

I know, they are a lot more free good games on Steam, but if i had to put them all will have been a Top 100 at least, and who has time to read when is so much gaming to do. But i will wait for your comments on what should be added and what not. Happy gaming!

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