List of All Free PC Games (July 23rd 2023)

This week grab SEGA Bass Fishing and Portal Prelude RTX free on Steam, The Elder Scrolls Online at Epic Games Store, plus more free PC games are available at the moment on Amazon Prime Gaming, IndieGala, Itch and others.

List of All Free PC Games (July 23rd 2023)

Don’t want to miss any free games in the future? Follow IndieGameBundles on YoutubeTwitterFacebook or Steam to stay in the loop and get a notification when the next free games and free Steam key promo launches!

If you didn’t have much cash to spend on Steam Summer Sale, don’t worry, getting free Steam games is the best game deal there is! So read on to see what games you can download for free this month:

Our pick of new free games on Steam this week:

Get a Free Steam Key for SEGA Bass Fishing

  • Portal: Prelude RTX is released on Steam free for anyone who owns the original Portal – which is, I guess, everyone? Grab it free on Steam!
  • Another giveaway by SEGA is live! You have until July 31st to enter your mail and get a free SEGA Bass Fishing Steam key. Read how to in this post.
  • A Not Troll Game is free on Steam for a limited time, it becomes paid soon so grab it for free on Steam while you can!

What’s free at Epic Games Store this week?

FREE GAME: The Elder Scrolls Online

Epic Games Store is giving away two PC GAMES FOR FREE this week:

  • The Elder Scrolls Online is the latest free PC game by Epic, lasting from July 20th to July 27th. Grab this free game at Epic in that period to keep it forever!
  • Murder By Numbers combines Picross puzzles with graphic novels! A match made in heaven, if you ask me. Grab this free PC game at Epic before July 27th to keep it forever!

Follow IndieGameBundles on YoutubeTwitterFacebook or Steam to stay in the loop and get a notification when the next free game launches!

Any other DRM-free free game deals?

Indie Gala is offering 4 free PC games for free at this moment. All Indie Gala free games are DRM-free downloads for PC (and sometimes Mac and Linux):

PC Arcade Game XPock is free at IndieGala

This week on Itch you can get many free games:

Still free – Immortal Darkness: Curse of the Pale King is a dark fantasy dungeon crawler, that blends the best of old school dungeon crawlers with modern graphics, slick combat, and context driven audio. More about it at this post. Grab the game at this page for a limited time.

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Free Games With Amazon Prime:

Now Free on Amazon Prime: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed

Get Star Wars: The Force UnleashedPray, Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition, Shovel Knight Showdown and more free PC games this summer at Amazon Prime. Read on to see how:


  • If you are Amazon Prime member: just head over here and claim the games.
  • If you are not Amazon Prime member: You can still get these games for free with a trial account. To get all the games listed above, just subscribe to Amazon Prime (that also includes Prime Gaming, previously know as Twitch Prime) FOR FREE. After the initial free trial period (that you can cancel anytime), Amazon Prime costs from $2.99 to $12.99 per month depending on your country. If you plan to “snatch games and cancel subscription”, don’t forget to unsubscribe!
  • Read more about it here.

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Other curated lists of free games on IndieGameBundles:

Want more free PC games? Follow us on TwitterFacebook or Steam to get a notification of future free game giveaways.

To see what other free games we wrote about, check out the Freebies category.

To see what was free in the previous weeks, check out the “weekly update” tag

Did we miss any free PC games? Let us know in the comments below!

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