In this comprehensive guide, we’ll highlight the top 5 free-to-play games that you can enjoy right now.
Looking for some of the best free-to-play games? The gaming industry has experienced massive growth in recent years, and there are many fantastic games available to play without spending a single penny.
Fortnite Battle Royale - Unironically good now
Fortnite Battle Royale is one of the most popular games in recent times, offering a unique blend of building and shooting. This fast-paced, action-packed game can be played solo or with friends and has taken the gaming world by storm. In the past it was easy to roast Fortnite since nobody took it seriously, but over time the game has improved with every update. Have fun getting eliminated by Rick Grimes. Watch our partner “Prospering” play Fortnite every weekday at 3-4 am/pm EST via SlingTV
Apex Legends - The overwatch of battle royale games
Apex Legends is another popular battle royale game that focuses on character abilities and teamwork. With a large player base and regular new content, this must-play game offers a unique take on the battle royale genre. Checkout Gdolphnn and Gloriiuh from 10 - 11 am/pm EST via SlingTV
Call of Duty Warzone 2- Call of Duty + Battle Royale = Fun
Call of Duty Warzone is the latest addition to the Call of Duty franchise, offering intense battles and fast-paced gameplay. With the recent addition of proximity chat, players are given a chance to mess around with players and create hilarious memories. Watch streamers TreAndJ play warzone weekdays from 6 - 7 am/pm EST via SlingTV
League of Legends - A Strategic, Team-Based Game
League of Legends is one of the most popular games in the world and has been entertaining millions of players for over a decade. With a large community and constantly evolving gameplay, this game is a must-play for fans of strategic, team-based games. I have never been able to get good at this game so I tend to watch streamers play instead of playing it myself. You can check out OhBrooke play league of legends weekdays from 5 - 6 am/pm EST on SlingTV
Overwatch 2 - Don’t queue while tilted
Overwatch 2 is the highly-anticipated sequel to the popular Overwatch game, offering a unique blend of first-person shooting and hero-based gameplay. The game features new heroes, maps, and game modes, making it a must-play for fans of the first game and newcomers alike. Much like the first Overwatch, tilting is still a very prominent feature in the series. If I hadn’t sunk over 2,000 hours into the game, I would still be playing it myself but nowadays I prefer watching streamers play it instead. Streamers like Fareeha, and QueenE 2 - 2:30 EST via SlingTV