KEO is Free on Steam for a limited time


KEO is a team-based online multiplayer vehicle combat game and you can get it for free on Steam until March 27th 2021 at 7 PM CET.

KEO is Free on Steam for 24 hours only


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ABOUT THE GAME:

KEO is a team-based online multiplayer vehicle combat game set in a sci-fi post-apocalyptic world. Build your loadout to suit your playstyle and balance your team to dominate the battlefield using futuristic remote controlled vehicles!

Class Based Vehicle Combat

Select from 6 different vehicle classes and 24 weapons to create the vehicle that best fits your playstyle. Your arsenal includes a mix of missile launchers, EMP grenades, plasma beams, landmines, and more!

Game Modes

Team Deathmatch
Raw mayhem! The team with the most kills wins it all in 3v3 maps.

Domination
Control the battlefield by capturing and defending outposts spread around the map that will contribute to your teams score. Whoever reaches the target score first, or has the most points when the timer reaches zero, wins.

KEO’s normal price is $9.99 and it has Mixed user reviews on Steam. You can get this PC game for free on Steam today and keep it forever! Read on to see how to:

HOW TO GET KEO FOR FREE:

Just head over to Steam or navigate to the game in the Steam launcher before March 27th 2022, add the game to your cart and checkout. Simple as that. After that, the game is yours to keep, and play, forever.


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