Brink free to play this weekend

Steam users celebrate QuakeCon.

Bethesda has made the Steam version of Splash Damage first-person shooter Brink free to play for the weekend.

You can grab the game from Steam now.

The promotion is in celebration of QuakeCon, id Software's annual get-together, which is happening in the US right now.

The recently-released Agents of Change DLC is included in the free to play deal.

Brink will return to its not free to play status at 1pm Sunday, 7th August – that's 9pm for us.

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