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Steam free game is Baldur's Gate 3 meets John Wick, and I'm obsessed

Ewan Moore

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Steam free game is Baldur's Gate 3 meets John Wick, and I'm obsessed

Featured Image Credit: Ground Shatter

I played a lot of cool games at GDC last week, but there are one or two that have definitely stuck with me in a big way.

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I was lucky enough to see some old classics remastered, some incredibly ambitious new titles, and huge open world epics. But one that I'm really itching to play again is one that actually really surprised me.

The good news is one of the best games I went hands-on with currently has a demo on Steam that's completely free to download and check out. And I would urge you not to miss out on a genuine banger.

Knights In Tight Spaces is, hands-down, one of the best games I played at GDC, and I can't wait for the full release. I only got to spend about 20 minutes with it, but I'm already fiending to play more of this deckbuilding RPG hybrid.

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The game is, as you may have guessed from the name, a sequel to Ground Shatter's excellent Fights In Tight Spaces. The two games are broadly the same mechanically, with the key difference being Knights swaps out the action movie vibe of its predecessor for a fantasy setting.

The resulting game is one that borrows from Baldur's Gate 3 as much as John Wick. You'll still do plenty of fighting in tight spaces, but this time you get to build a party with all the traditional RPG classes as you build your deck and make your way through the game. There are wizards who can offer healing and support, archers for ranged attacks, and fighters that get in close. This party system completely changes things up as you're constantly working out which character is going to be most effective where. I was put in mind of Baldur's Gate 3 and Divinity Original Sin 2 more than a few times, though things are much less deep here. The emphasis is on fast, flashy fights with hordes of enemies.

You can download and play the demo for Knights In Tight Spaces now, and I would urge you to drop everything and do it ASAP.

Topics: Baldur's Gate 3, Steam, Free Games, PC

Ewan Moore
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