Lately, everything is free to play; most people reading this have probably played plenty of free to play games, but the problem with the genre is that they’re not only free to play, but they’re often also pay to win and pay to enjoy. There are some free to play games that restrict features so much that the games are near unplayable without paying.
But fear not, penny-pinching gamers! Tech Digest is here to show you some of the best free to play games out there, those offering the best bang for relatively-little buck. Click below to get started.
By NGLoBuglio | July 2nd, 2013
League Of Legends
I have played this game to death. It is a very good mixture of action and RTS, with many ways to progress. With new champions constantly being released and constant updates to the mechanics and balance changes the game never stays the same for too long and the way you have to play it will always change depending on who you are playing against. The main 5v5 game play is very interesting and because you are playing against other players it is near impossible to come across the same game twice. The only thing that you can pay for is to buy more playable characters (also available by playing the game) and to buy skins for your already owned characters to change their appearance in game. This is easily played on almost any computer; the graphics aren't that intense, but in some big fights you may notice a small amount of frame rate drop if your computer isn't very good.