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Some FGC titles are free to play this weekend to celebrate Evo 2018

The games are also on sale on multiple platforms.

Street Fighter V is free on Steam this weekend to celebrate the start of Evo 2018, the biggest fighting game tournament in the world.

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The free weekend will run from now until Aug. 6, and the game can be purchased for a 40-percent discount on both Steam and the PS Store on PlayStation 4.

Related: Here’s everything you need to know about Evo 2018

Street Fighter V isn’t the only Evo title to have a free weekend, though—Tekken 7 and Blazblue Cross Tag Battle are also available to try out until Aug. 6. All of these titles are main games being played at Evo, and their finals are set to begin this Sunday.

Blazblue also has a 10-percent discount on Steam’s store at the moment for anyone looking to purchase it, while Tekken 7 is discounted by 60 percent. All DLC and add-ons for these three games have also received a drop in price by varying amounts.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is another Evo title that’s being offered at a discounted price—but unlike the other three games, Bandai has decided not to allow players to try out the game for free beforehand. The DLC characters for the game also aren’t on sale—only the base game is available for a cheaper price.

Matches are already underway in this massive FGC tournament on Evo’s Twitch stream. Some of the best players in the world are fighting to make it out of pool play on their quest to win the Evo 2018 title.

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