top 10 best free games for your holidays

Halo Infinite

While you will need either a Game Pass subscription or a retail copy of Hello Infinite to run a game campaign.

Splitgate

Splitgate has quickly jumped from indie darling to mainstream mainstay. In fact, the game grew so fast that the developer struggled to get enough servers online to handle the influx of players.

Destiny 2 

Destiny 2 is the poster child for the game-as-a-service model, but that doesn't mean it's a bad game.

Team Fortress 2 

Originally packaged inside an orange box in 2007, Valve's Team Fortress 2 was an instant success in multiplayer shooter territory.

Valorant

This year, we've seen two newcomers to the free-to-play shooter genre: Valorant and Crucible. The latter didn't even survive a full launch.

Planetside 2

PlanetSide 2's massive battles have made Battlefield's vast maps smaller. This intergalactic FPS has a unique system in which everything you do affects the rating of your faction.

Runescape

Runescape is one of the most iconic free-to-play games out there, and even 20 years after its launch, it's still going strong.

Lord of the Rings Online

Amazon may have canceled its Lord of the Rings MMO, but Lord of the Rings is still online.

Neverwinter 

A delightful combination of Diablo and Dungeons & Dragons, Neverwinter is a well-organized RPG with a satisfying loop.

DC Universe Online 

Since 2011, DC Universe Online has offered users the ability to play as their favorite DC superhero or create their own.