The economy isn’t looking great. Nor is the immediate future of our social life. While taking to PC games can be quite the perfect past time (and for some much more than just killing time), the price tags at times are a bomb. And what if you don’t necessarily love the game? In this case, here are some sites to rent PC games online.
Quite the favoured destination for used and favoured video games. You could choose from a wide selection of video games for every gaming system possibly out there – from your XBox to the PS4, to name a few. You can subscribe to the games by becoming a member, and also begin with a free trial in the beginning.
This platform is one of the better known names around. Quite reliable then. Boasts of a massive game library and comes along with recommendations, add-ons, and other software content. Some even call it the best game store online, with titles under virtual reality, adventure, racing, simulation and so on. However, if online reviews are to go by, customer service is an itch.
This is where you head to for the classics. GOG has been credited with keeping up with a lot of classic video games on its websites – for example versions of Call of Duty. If not the latest edition. Some of the offerings are clubbed with extras, with a 30-day refund window.
Another rental that works for XBox One and PS4, with titles like Battleground, Hitman 2, Detroit and Tomb Raider. This platform works on a membership model too.
Apart from offering other games, the platform has on the showcase original Bundle outings too. Humble Bundle donates 5 percent of your subscription cost every month to charities.The platform has three plans starting at $4.99 per month. Readers can currently avail an offer on the site to pay up $12 a month to subscribe to their premium plan, lasting 12 months. Offer ends September 4.
Renting a better idea, after all?