Get Aliens vs Predator for free on GoG

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Wow those guys from Good Old Games are good old guys. Not only do they offer fully DRM-free games, classic games revived from the past and insane deals on new games (including The Witcher series), they are now giving away another game totally for free. The deal only lasts until Friday though, so go grab it now.

Over on they are giving away Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000. What does that include?

Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 features the Colonial Marine, Alien and Predator Campaigns and the frenetic single-player Skirmish mode from the original title: Alien Versus Predator Gold Edition, which was released to massive acclaim in 2000. It’s been updated for modern systems and includes support for Xbox 360 Controller. The three most ferocious species in the universe in a bloodthirsty battle for the ultimate prize: survival. Take your pick: be a Colonial Marine, a Predator or an Alien. Fight through suspense-filled environments: from starships and space stations to colonial bases and eerie planetscapes. One wrong move turns you from hunter to prey. Deathmatch, Species Deathmatch, Predator Tag, and Cooperative modes avait for you in the multiplayer section!

How do you get the game for free? All you need to do is sign up for the next stage of the GoG Galaxy beta tests. Yes, they’re actually giving away a free game so that they can test the multiplayer component of their Steam-like client, Galaxy – I’m assuming that they want everyone to have this game so that we can all jump into multiplayer maps and know that we all have the same game. So, get on over there and sign up – Galaxy looks like a really cool client and might finally make me more likely to load up my library. I’m sorry, I’m a sucker for the social and collectible nature of Steam – once gets it, too, I’ll probably find myself taking advantage of their sales and games a whole lot more.

Last Updated: October 16, 2014

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