Chromebook owners can score free copies of Doom and Doom II for a limited time

Shawn Knight

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It’s unclear how long these offers will stand so if you qualify and are interested, it’d be best to claim the perks ASAP.

These aren’t the only offers worth checking into for gamers. Google is also offering up a free in-app item pack for Fallout Shelter and a complimentary story expansion for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, each of which is valued at $19.99. What’s more, you can score a copy of Stardew Valley on the house (a $7.99 value) in addition to free item packs for Fishdom and Lineage 2.

Outside of the gaming realm, Chromebook owners can also nab a copy of Duet Display and claim Google One with 100 GB of storage for 12 months. A full year membership to VSCO is also up for grabs, as is a six month membership to Squid Premium, the paid tier of note-taking app Squid.

Nab these offers and more over on Google’s Chromebook perks page.

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Privery

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I have a school chromebook and because of covid-19 I get to keep it for the summer but unfortunately I won't get a new chromebook for my freshman highschool year.
 

p51d007

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LOL and I remember when you had to build a pretty good home PC, to get doom to work properly.
Heck, now you can even play it on your phone!
 

PEnnn

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You posted: "For a limited time, Chromebook owners can score complimentary copies of the original Doom and Doom II. Each is valued at $4.99, but you’ll pay nothing."

This is HIGHLY misleading. It is ONLY for those who buy A NEW Chromebook!!

From the Google site:
"Get a Fallout Shelter in-app item pack* on us with the purchase of any Chromebook! Terms apply."

Damn those "unintended" clickbaits.....
 
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toooooot

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I saw doom and got excited thinking it was the new one and that it works on Chrome OS. But then I saw the numbers :(
 

BobHome

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You posted: "For a limited time, Chromebook owners can score complimentary copies of the original Doom and Doom II. Each is valued at $4.99, but you’ll pay nothing."

This is HIGHLY misleading. It is ONLY for those who buy A NEW Chromebook!!

From the Google site:
"Get a Fallout Shelter in-app item pack* on us with the purchase of any Chromebook! Terms apply."

Damn those "unintended" clickbaits.....
PEnnn: I just tested it. I clicked to get Doom II on my Chromebook, it did a 'test' to see if I was on a Chromebook, it then took me to the Play Store on the Doom II page showing it was available for FREE.
I clicked Install and it I just tried it. Smooth! (Now I just need to remember the keys to use to play it again....)
 
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