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Immortal: Unchained

The latest addition to the genre of ultra-hardcore action RPGs
$49.99 EXPIRED
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Unleashed and unforgiving. Can you rise to the challenge? Immortal: Unchained is the latest addition to the genre of ultra-hardcore action RPGs. Take the role of a living weapon, unleashed to stop the source of a cataclysmic event threatening to end all worlds.

System Requirements:

Windows 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10 (64-bit)


Toadman Interactive




The game is available for $49.99, but the winners of our contest will get it for free.

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Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Immortal: Unchained
In Brief
Immortal: Unchained is the latest addition to the genre of ultra-hardcore action RPGs. Take the role of a living weapon to try and stop all life from being extinguished in the universe.
If you've previously won a Steam key for any limited giveaway and still not received your key, please contact the giveaway team via the contact form HERE. Please include details of the name and the email you used when you entered the competition, plus a screenshot of your name in the winners list would be useful to confirm your win, thank you.
You are a living weapon. Unwillingly unchained by the Warden, the player's skills are put to the test, given only the instruction that they must stop the end of the world. With a story the player must piece together themselves, the central character sets off with no memory of their past.
Other characters in the game may shed light on the situation, but the reality is not always clear, as characters are always operating on their own agendas. Use your diverse arsenal of ranged and melee weapons to clear your path as you explore dark sci-fi interconnected worlds in your quest for truth and salvation. Collapse
Reference accessed HERE 20th Sept 2018.

Assuming you win one of the 20 Steam keys for Immortal: Unchained, you must activate the game via your Steam client. Once activated it will be permanently tied to your Steam profile and you'll be able to install the game at anytime, anywhere on any computer, so long as you can validate who you are (usually via emails etc.). If you don't have a Steam account, you will first have to download and install the Steam client HERE
Then create a Steam profile/account. Once that has been completed you can input the Steam code that you've received (after completing the form filling) via the game button along the top of the Steam client, (located between friends and Help). From the drop-down menu select 'Activate a product on Steam'. This opens a product activation window. Just follow the prompts to complete activation. Once the Steam code has been accepted, the game will be associated with your Steam account and can be installed any time you wish
If you have a problem installing or activating or getting Immortal: Unchained to work, please visit the problems section over in the Game Discussion forums, which I've now incorporated into the FAQ's thread, and which you can find HERE or check the Steam forums or contact Steam support.

The Game:
Key Features:

• Explore futuristic fantasy worlds, and sift through lies to unveil their secrets, in a story written by a narrative team including Anne Toole (The Witcher) and Adrian Vershinin (Killzone: Shadow Fall, Battlefield 1).
• Tactical, up-close and personal action with a combination of ruthless gunplay and vicious melee combat.
• Annihilate legendary bosses in godlike clashes that will be remembered for eternity.
• Undying but unforgiving: Death is not the end, but the pain is very real as you struggle to redeem your mistakes.
• Delve into the vast possibilities of builds and weapon choices to find your own playstyle and defeat your opposition your way.



I read several reviews of Immortal: Unchained, most of which were rather harsh, comparing the game to a watered down Dark Souls with guns, but I would disagree. It may have a similar story, but the game has its own feel. I particularly enjoyed the easy to use character customization screens, though it would have been nice to have been able to change facial features rather than use various facial masks/beards and colored tattoos, still, I spent several minutes creating the characters, one male and one female. You get several disciplines to choose from, each with it’s own advantages, for example, the marksman excels at long range combat; using accurate rifles to acquire targets from far away and fire at critical spots plus a set of swords for back up. Their innate Aspect Pattern makes them even more deadly at long range. Other disciplines include Tracker, Vandal, Raider, Wanderer and Mercenary. Each character has several attributes which include Finesse, Perception, Strength, Agility, Toughness, Endurance, Expertise and Insight. As with all RPG’s these attributes can be improved throughout the game by earning bits. Bits can be used to improve any attribute plus upgrade weapons.

This is a hard game to beat. I spent five hours trying to get past the first stage without success. I still haven’t figured out the tactic for getting past the first boss. Despite this frustration, I have enjoyed exploring the different disciplines. As each time I died I decided to create a new character to see if I could beat the first boss with the same tactics that I’ve used for each character. You save your progress via Obelisks, which are also used to upgrade your character and weapons. When you first access an obelisk, you will see four sections named Attributes, Weapons, Aspects and Travel. For me the last two are greyed out as I’ve not progressed far enough to unlock them yet. I will update this review once I’ve succeeded in doing so over the coming days.
As you progress through the game you unlock more weapon carrying abilities, which is called your weapon loadout. When you start the game, you have only one of these slots unlocked, and your first weapon is an underpowered pistol named a prison guard pistol. Once you’ve earned some bits you can upgrade this at an obelisk. Hopefully you’ll have found better weapons by then (I haven’t yet).
Immortal: Unchained takes place across three different planets, all accessed using portals within a central hub area called the Core. Across these three planets you’ll find various environments such as an Arctic/Antarctic zone, jungle zone and of course an industrial complex zone.

There are some interesting aspects to weapon damage, such as localized damage, where shooting them with a sustained fire in the legs and/or arms may dismember the appendages, thus effectively slowing them down and/or disarming them. However, your enemies can regenerate their appendages, so this is only a temporary respite.
The game has only just been released and there are lots of bugs, however, from what I’ve read via Steam news, the developers have already released their first major patch and intend to continue releasing patches to iron out the issues that players are finding.
Posted by Whiterabbit-uk 20th Sept 2018.
Other reviews & Videos of Immortal: Unchained:
You can see several reviews by respected reviewers HERE, HERE (91 community reviews mostly positive), HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. Most of the above reviews are rather negative towards Immortal: Unchained. However, most of the 91 Steam community members who have posted short reviews of this game seem to disagree and have had positive experiences playing Immortal: Unchained. You can read then HERE. You can see several videos of game play (mature language used in some of these videos) HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, & HERE.

Personally, I rarely listen to the views of the above ‘respected’ reviewers because I believe we all have different idea’s as to what is a good or bad game. I remember a game that was released on Steam about 9 years ago that was slated and ended up receiving a Metacritic score around 40, but I and my son both found the game absolutely brilliant, exciting and different and well worth the £30 I spent on it. I believe today’s game is in a similar position, being slated by many, who confess to loving another hardcore RPG called Dead Souls then trying to compare this game with Dark souls, but in a negative light. Well, this isn’t Dark Souls, it’s Immortal: Unchained; similar is some respects but different in many others. If you used the argument that most of these reviewers are using, comparing it to Dark Souls, then you may as well compare all the First-Person Shooters that have been released over the last 30 years in the same light and damn any but the first few who released the formula that most FPS games follow. Sane with most Fantasy RPG’s and most Strategy games. Most of these genres release games that are basically the same, the main difference being the environments they take place in; which is the same with Immortal: Unchained compared to Dark Souls. In my opinion the game is well worth getting, especially if you like hard core RPG’s. Make no mistake, this is not an easy game as I have already discovered.
If time permits I will update both my short review and this conclusion once I’ve got several more hours game play under my belt. :)

If you're one of the 20 lucky winners of a Steam key for Immortal: Unchained please give some feedback about your opinion of the game, for example, what you liked or disliked about it, or how it could be improved from your point of view. What, improvements, if any, would change your opinion?
There are thousands of subscribers to the game giveaway of the day every weekend which makes this an ideal forum for giving developers ideas as to what their consumers (i.e you) would like to see in a game; for example, you could suggest extra content such as better or more original mini games, or a level editor that you would like to see that would make it more appealing to you. Maybe you think the graphics are a little dated and are in need of re skinning, or maybe you've just had enough of the genre and want to see something different or something with more originality?
If we get some decent reviews, judging by the number of times this game has been offered directly from the developers we may get more opportunities to offer keys here on the game giveawayoftheday project.
I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the developer Toadman Interactive for providing 20 keys for Immortal: Unchained and to the game giveaway team, as always, for securing other ways to get free games.
Useful Information not related to today's game giveaway:
If this weeks limited giveaway game doesn't grab you, but you still hanker for a new game, you'll find details of some game deals whether they be sale items, indie bundles or games being given away for free in the 'Weekly roundup of game deals', HERE (I've not updated in in a while, but most of the links still take you to the latest deals).
The rest of the information that used to be posted in the game review can be found in the forums HERE. Finally, check out Delenns thread for details of other free games and offers HERE
If for any reason you want to contact the giveaway team, for example, if you have a problem getting the latest game or other issues that the FAQ's thread or these comments don't cover or solve or if you have a game to offer the community you can do so HERE








Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

cool, I have won the game and say only one. The Game is so good 18 Days out and I have 50€ save :D

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Congratulations Mike.

Please let me know how you get on in-game via these comments. To find the comments section later, just scroll down to the bottom of the game giveaways 'home page' and click on the archive link dated 19th September. That will take you to the Immortal: unchained home page HERE. Click on ''view details'', then scroll down to just under the winner's list where you can post your thoughts. They will be much appreciated by the developer. The game is still being patched, so, if you have any ideas for improvements or references to bugs, please include those in your comment. Thank you and appreciated (in advance)......
Personally I found the game fairly hard going, but I've still enjoyed it a lot.

Reply   |   Comment by Mike Whole  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I have won a key but didn't get it yet. Is there any technical problem occuring ?

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The keys are usually sent out before or around the time the winners are announced, so you should have received your key by now. Make sure you've checked the correct email. If you still can't find your key, look at my review at the top of the Immortals unchained comments. I've posted a link to the giveaway teams contact form; with instructions on what to tell them. To find the correct page open up the game giveaway page to the home page then scroll to the bottom of the page where it says Archives. Click on Wednesday 19th September and it will take you to the Immortal: Unchained home page. Click ''view details'', then scroll down to the third comment, which is my review. Just below the first set of images is a paragraph concerning keys not received. There's a link, to the team. Just click the blue 'HERE' link and it will take you to the contact form. Fill out the details and if possible include a screen capture of your name in the winner's list; also the email and you used to enter the limited giveaway.

Regards Whiterabbit-uk aka Stephen.

p.s. alternatively you can find the contact form directly HERE

Reply   |   Comment by dnh1111  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Have a nice day

Reply   |   Comment by Rinat  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Não conheço o jogo, mas gostaria de testar.

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Reply   |   Comment by Евгений  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

je l'veux

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bonne chance/doigts croisés

Reply   |   Comment by kelly  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Why don't the 'win free licences' sort of giveaways have the option to log in with Twitter anymore?

Reply   |   Comment by megapaq  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

it's an incredible game.

Reply   |   Comment by iniassio  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Chance to win titles have become pretty common. It's the state of the economy and the development costs. They can't just give everything away for free. No one gets free lottery tickets. You buy a ticket at a chance. Here, you follow a dev on Twitter for a chance to win the game. Simple.

Reply   |   Comment by James Snider  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

James Snider,

Absolutely. I'm glad some of the community actually understand the situation with the way this site has developed over the last 10 years. The number of times I've tried to explain how the economic situation from 2008 onwards snowballed and left the gaming industry in tatters. Developers have had to find other ways to make money, which include allowing their games to be given away for free via sites like MyPlayCity, where they then earn a generous amount of money through advertising, toolbar additions and browser redirections. Also, the now very common indie bundles have helped to keep some of the smaller developers afloat. Some of the better bundles such as Indie Gala and the Humble Bundle usually sell games for as little as 95% off their market value and sometimes even more. They can earn lots of money; even once the initial honeymoon period of a new games sales is over. Some of the bigger indie bundles make millions for the developers due to the bundle's popularity.

I remember just before THQ, the developer of games such as Company of Heroes franchise, WWE series, MX vs ATV, the Metro Franchise (Metro: 2033 and Metro: Last Light), Warhammer 40.000 franchise, South Park, Homefront, Darksiders, and the Red Faction Franchise, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. They allowed the Humble Bundle to sell their current catalogue, which included over £400 worth of AAA games for £5. I seem to remember they made almost £4 million (over $5 million) on the sale; sadly it wasn't enough to save the developer. Their franchises were sold off to other developers shortly after they filed for bankruptcy. THQ was one of my favorite developers. Another big AAA developer that went out of business around the same time was 2K games, the developer of the Bioshock series

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

very good

Reply   |   Comment by Albert bácsi  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

I don't know about you guys but I'm getting a little tired of these "Join and Win" giveaways. Sorta defeats the purpose of this site. Not only that, we never do hear who won, if anybody ever does. And do you wonder how there are so many comments and reviews and approvals before the giveaway is even completed before anyone has 'won'? Like, how does that happen?Time for Gamgiveawayofthe day to get back to its roots. Free to everyone. Period.

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Since the economic downturn back in 2008, it has become increasingly difficult to get commercial games for free. Many developers have ceased to exist including some of the big AAA developers. The cost of making game has gone up astronomically in real terms, but the selling price has dropped steeply over the last 20 years. I was paying £30 for a AAA game and over £12 for an arcade game 20 years ago. in real terms today that is £120 for the AAA game and £48 for the arcade games, yet we are still only paying 'on average' £30 for a standard AAA game and less than £6 for an arcade game. On top of that, the advent of the indie bundles and the free game sites that offer commercial games with ad's and home page redirections (which earn cash, part of which is paid to the developers) has made it even harder to get literally thousands of copies of games to give away. The inclusion of these limited giveaways is a welcome addition to the weekend global giveaways. A few games are better than none at all. If a game doesn't interest you then move on. If it does, take a chance and maybe win a game. sometimes there are enough keys to give to everyone who applies, sometimes it's not so easy to win. but at least there's a chance. The developer is giving away £600 worth of games to the lucky winners. Getting tired of these giveaways seems a little strong considering they are free. All winners are announced within 12 hours of the end of the giveaway. You can see all the winners on the game page. Every game ever given away in this manner has been announced correctly with a full list of winners, for example, the list of 200 winners for last weeks limited giveaway Keep in Mind: Remastered – Deluxe Edition can be found HERE , and the previous one ADM (Angels, Demons and Men) can be seen HERE. You just have to go to the home page of any particular giveaway to see the list of winners. All winners are also notified by email with their winning key. As for those posting comments about the games before the game has been won, well, I usually already have the game and others either already have the game and post a comment, or maybe watch one of the many you tube videos and other written reviews of the game, which gives them an idea about the game.

Reply   |   Comment by Chewydefatty  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Chewydefatty, i won 2 times in gotd giveaways and they tell who won just go back to the giveaway page and scroll down to the giveaway and theres a list of winners

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Reply   |   Comment by vladislav  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

.....................partial comment removed due to unsuitable language..................... good game.
Best giveaway site ever! Every day has a lot of giveaways!
THX guys!!

Reply   |   Comment by MrDeath  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)

You've got to be kidding me! Did you see the recommended system requirements? An eight core, almost 5 GHZ processor and a $400 video card? I'll pass. Besides, the game is dark, visually dark.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff Wilson  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Jeff Wilson, actually its a 4 core processor @ 4.0ghz. Also the video card being a GTX780 is less than 100 used on ebay and 279 brand new for superclocked versions. Nothing in the system requirements is out of the ordinary, nor is it very demanding specs......

Are you purposely trying to game on a toaster?

Reply   |   Comment by SterlingStar  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)


I found your comments useful, but I was a little crest fallen to see this wasn't a giveaway but a chance for a giveaway. I'm not a gamer but I have 14 year old who somewhat amazed me in his skills first person shooter games. I don't pay attention to his gaming but last night I was curios. So on his PS4, the kid places 1st in 3 out 5 games sessions on Fort Knight. Apparently he has gotten the attention of a what he claims are big time gamers; one guy, he has proved to me on youtube he has played with "Ninja" who shocked me with the number of views he has. Anyway, he says he needs a gaming system for a PC. I don't make much $, but would sure appreciate any advise.

Reply   |   Comment by DOODLEDOUGDESIGN@GMAIL.COM  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Jeff Wilson, The minimum system requirements are as follows:

OS: Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8/8.1 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit*
Processor: Intel Core2 Quad Q9500 @ 2.83GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 940
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD 5770 /w 2GB VRAM
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 25 GB available space
Additional Notes: *WARNING: 32-bit OS is NOT officially supported at this time

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  Last year  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
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