Games cost too much nowadays. Let’s play something good for free.

The Finals is one of the next big FPS titles on the market. But will you have to fork out all your savings to test it out, or is it free to play?

Most titles in the gaming industry have a price tag attached. This has been the norm for decades and will likely continue until the end of time. Or at least until micro transactions take over every game in existence.

Is The Finals free to play?

(Image via Embark Studios)
(Image via Embark Studios)

Yes, The Finals is free to play. You and your friends can team up and hit the arena for the low, low cost of zero dollars. PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC gamers won't spend a dime on The Finals if they choose not to.

No longer will you have to save up to purchase a game like The Finals. You’ll be able to use your hard earned cash for other things. But, why is The Finals free to play? Well, The Finals has to make a return somewhere.

How does The Finals stay free?

The Finals is free to play thanks to the in-game store and Battle Pass system currently in place. 

Many developers have taken this approach. Fortunately, it has made it incredibly easy for people typically unwilling to test out games due to their price, to dive headfirst into the experience. 

Players can access The Finals’ store through the main menu and buy a series of cosmetics tailored for each character. It won’t matter if they’re light, medium, or heavy

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The Finals has adopted the free to play and micro transactional system similar to Warzone, Overwatch 2, VALORANT, and Counter-Strike 2. This is what keeps the bills paid, and the game running. This comes through the aforementioned in-game transactions available.

As players put some hours into The Finals, they’ll move up the tiers within the Battle Pass. Once they’ve reached the absolute max level of 96, they’ll have to wait until the next season arrives. Now, you can go forth and spend all your waking hours to complete the Battle Pass. All for free!

Keep an eye on for esports news and more guides on The Finals.