Amplitude Studios Announces Free Weekend for All Amplitude Games

Hot on the heels of their latest double expansion announcement (Endless Space 2: Supremacy and Endless Legend: Inferno), Amplitude Games announced that from Thursday, August 2nd until Sunday, August 6th, all Amplitude Studios’ games will be free to play for everyone. In addition, based on how many hours are played across all of their games by the community, there are Stretch Goals, which can be found at this link. Last year, 240,000 participated in the free weekend, which unlocked all six reward tiers.

Simply play Endless Legend, Dungeon of the Endless, or Endless Space 2 and reach 1 million hours of collective playtime to help the community unlock all the rewards, which include a Cravers Prime skin that was only available during Early Access, and as stretch goals, 6 additional fleet skins to unlock.

Here are some more details about each one of their titles, to help you pick the one you’ll try for free this weekend!

Who hasn’t harbored a secret dream or two of galactic domination? Whether you’ll burn and conquer your neighbors or cozy it up with them is up to you. Before long, you’ll be saying “just one more turn” as you lead your civilization to the stars…

For the more fantasy-minded, dive into the mystical world of Endless Legend, a strategy game where you must strive to save your people on the dying world of Auriga. Not to sound too braggy or anything, but this game was nominated game of the year by Rock Paper Shotgun and has won multiple awards for its soundtrack!

A cult favorite and a bit of an outlier from our other titles, this rogue-like game with a dash of tower defense takes place in a pixelized world with electro music inspired from the 80s and 90s. You and your team of heroes must try and protect the generator of your crash-landed ship all the while fighting monsters and trying to find your way out of a procedurally-generated dungeon! (try and say that one without pausing for breath)

The game that started it all! Our very first game, released in 2012, introduces the Endless Universe and our trademark slick UI and haunting atmosphere. Lots of our fans still seem to love playing it, so it’s worth a run!

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