GameSessions, the digital services provider that allows gamers to try PC games before they buy, today launched GameSessions Giveaways, a new service that will see the company regularly giveaway free games, starting with Crytek’s visually impressive title, RYSE: Son of Rome.
RYSE: Son of Rome is available to download, play and keep for free from today. Everyone can claim their copy of RYSE: Son of Rome, for free, from GameSessions.com for the next 30 days. Games become activated for the user after they have been played for around 5 minutes.
Ed French, CEO of GameSessions commented:
“RYSE is a breath-taking game which everyone should play, whether for the engaging combat, or the intense atmosphere. This is the first time RYSE has been made available to play for free; and we want to invite gamers to enjoy this blockbuster title at GameSessions.”
GameSessions Giveaways is a new offer, supported by brand partners and sponsors, that will showcase great games and introduce new users to the GameSessions trials service. GameSessions trials allows gamers to play a wide range of games for free on their own PC with the option to buy the full title in-game and play on instantly through Steam, without losing their progress.
Ed French added:
“We’re extremely excited about our new service, GameSessions Giveaways, which offers gamers fantastic PC titles, absolutely free. Through trying out our GameSessions technology even more gamers will find out how easy it is to use our services and explore the hundreds of free trials of other games available now at GameSessions.com.
We will provide a succession of great games via GameSessions Giveaways completely free to everyone. The games provided can be even better thanks to the support of our brand partners who help us acquire the best possible content. In return, the sponsor will get the chance to show a brief pre-roll video and infrequent in-game overlays to highlight what they can offer gamers. So, we get to show users GameSessions, the brand-partner gets to show what they can do for gamers, and gamers get great games completely free.”