Is The Finals Free To Play – Where To Download?

Want to try out The Finals but not sure if it is free-to-play? Here is everything you should know about it.

The unique FPS where you steal cashout and become the star of the show, The Finals is here. While there are plenty of shooter games for you to play, The Finals brings its own uniqueness to the table. However, you might be hesitant to pick it up, wondering if it is free-to-play and what sorts of microtransactions the game has. So here are all your answers including the minimum system requirements and where you can download it from.

Is The Finals Free to Play?

Can You Play The Finals For Free
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Yes, you can download and play The Finals for free, it is available for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. Just like Valorant, Fortnite, or Overwatch 2, you can start the game freely, but if you want weapon or character skins, you will have to buy them separately using real money. Although, you must know that those are absolutely optional.

Are there Microtransactions in The Finals?

Yes, there are Microtransactions in the game. You can buy Multibucks, the game’s premium currency. You can then spend that currency on various character outfits/accessories, weapons or gadgets skins, or the Battle Pass. As mentioned before, those are optional and only cosmetic, so they won’t affect or improve your gameplay in any way.

In fact, at the time of writing this guide, the only way to get VRs is by griding. This is the game’s currency which you need to unlock the equipment of your character. So your Multibucks won’t be of much use here.

Where to Download The Finals From?

If you are playing the game on PC then you can get it from Steam. However, if you are playing on consoles then you can get it from their respective PlayStation and Xbox Stores.

The Finals Minimum PC Requirements

Your system should at least meet these specs in order to run the game:

  • OS: Windows 10 or later 64-bit (latest update)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-6600K or AMD Ryzen R5 1600 processor
  • Memory: 12 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or AMD Radeon RX 580
  • DirectX: Version 12

That sums up everything you should know about the game. Now that you know it is free-to-play, and if you are planning to try it out, I suggest you also check out our The Finals section. Here you can get help with topics like best controller settings, crosshair settings, how to unlock weapons, get better, and more.