Developer and publisher Automaton is celebrating its studio expansion and the start of production on its new open world survival game by expanding on the multiplayer FPS Deceit and making it free-to-play.
On October 13, Deceit will switch to free-to-play. Don't worry, those of you who already have the game -- or choose to buy it before the switch -- will be gifted with a collection of cosmetic items, boosters, tokens, and more. Full details on the free-to-play shift can be found on the game's Steam page.
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