Role-Playing games (RPGs) is one of the more popular genres currently in the realm of PC gaming, as it allows players to immerse themselves in an entirely new world.
While there are many AAA RPG titles that deserve their props, Steam’s free-to-play section has some hidden gems that players shouldn’t miss out on.
Here are the best free-to-play RPGs that players can play through Steam right now.
Neverwinter is an action MMORPG title based on the popular fantasy tabletop role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons.
The Cryptic Studios-developed title thrusts players to experience the famed stories from the D&D franchise, where they will meet different characters during their exploration of the Forgotten Realms.
Spellbreak is a multiplayer action game in which players step into the shoes of magic wielders to unleash their inner battlemage.
Featuring multiple classes like Pyromancer and Toxicologist, the Proletariat-developed game allows for players to use different abilities and skills while battling rivals.
Developed by Mobile Technologies, Stay Out is a MMORPG title, where players will have to explore the wilderness of a place known as the Alienation Zone.
While playing as a Stalker in Stay Out, players will have to search artifacts in the Alienation Zone, where they will also face the unknown with threats looming around the corner.
The Lord of the Rings Online
Ever wondered how it feels to take a walk through Middle Earth? Well, look no further, as The Lord of the Rings Online has the perfect experience for fans of the franchise created by J. R. R. Tolkien.
In the game, players can explore the vast world of Middle Earth with their character, which can be customized with different personalities, races, professions, skills, traits and many more.
Dead Frontier 2
Everyone loves a good zombie survival thriller, and the Creaky Corpse-developed Dead Frontier 2 is no different.
Set in a world affected by a massive outbreak, players will have to stay alive by scavenging items in a society torn into pieces, while also making sure to stay away from the Infected, who lurk around the corners.
The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
Take a trip down memory lane with Bethesda’s iconic open-world action RPG title The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall.
The game originally released for MS-DOS back in 1996, and it features two provinces for players to wander around in Tamriel: High Rock and Hammerfell, where they will have a chance to raid dungeons and complete quests as well.
Star Trek Online
Based on the iconic sci-fi franchise of the same name, Star Trek Online allows players to take control of their own starship as its Captain.
As the Captain, players can send teams to expeditions in unknown worlds, where they will meet with allies and new threats. Moreover, they can even choose to represent popular factions such as the Klingon Defense Force, Romulan Republic and many more.