Motiga's free-to-play team shooter Gigantic is set to hit Steam on July 20. With the Steam launch so close, the developer is running a special promotion for those that plan to be playing the game on the digital distribution service. Today, the team announced via Twitter that those who add Gigantic to their Steam wishlist now will be able to get their hands on an exclusive skin.
— Go Gigantic (@GoGigantic) July 7, 2017
To do so, simply log in to steam and head to the Gigantic page. Then hit the "Add To Wishlist" button and wait to be notified. It's as easy as that.
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