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You Can Now Play 'Brink' For Free on Steam
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You Can Now Play 'Brink' For Free on Steam

Remember Brink? Bethesda's 2011 shooter was a veritable kitchen sink of gameplay options, blending single-player, co-op, and competitive multiplayer. It was received moderately well by critics and sold over 2.5 million copies, according to Eurogamer. But it's faded into relative obscurity since then. Now, Bethesda is trying to infuse some new blood into it by offering it free on Steam. While you can download and play the game for free, the DLC will still cost you. Right now, it will set you back a whopping $3.77. Sorry, console owners. You still have to pay.