A classic game many gamers might be eager to snag is Sega Bass Fishing, an addictive title that offers an engaging, realistic experience of angling, right from your computer. And guess what? Sega is giving it away for free on Steam if you sign up for their mailing list. Here's your step-by-step guide on how to seize this fantastic offer.
Step 1: Visit the Sega Promotional Page
The promotion is hosted on Sega's website at this link. Clicking the link will take you straight to the Sega Bass Fishing promotion page.
Step 2: Sign Up for the Sega Mailing List
Once on the promotional page, look for the 'sign-up' option to join the Sega mailing list. You'll need to enter your email address in the required field, and then click 'submit' or 'sign-up'. Ensure that your email address is correct; you'll be receiving the game redemption code through it.
Step 3: Confirm your Subscription
After you've submitted your email, check your inbox for a confirmation email from Sega. This email is to verify that it was indeed you who signed up. Click on the verification link in the email to confirm your subscription to the Sega mailing list.
Step 4: Get Your Sega Bass Fishing Code
Once your subscription is confirmed, Sega will send you a unique game code for Sega Bass Fishing. This code will be in a separate email following your confirmation.
Step 5: Redeem Your Code on Steam
Once you've received your unique game code, it's time to unlock Sega Bass Fishing on Steam. Launch Steam and log into your account. From the 'Games' menu, choose 'Activate a Product on Steam'. Follow the prompts, and when asked for the product code, enter your unique Sega Bass Fishing code. Click 'Next', and voila! Sega Bass Fishing will be added to your library and available for download.
By following these steps, you'll have Sega Bass Fishing ready for play, entirely for free! Not only will you enjoy this classic, engaging fishing game, but you'll also stay updated with Sega's latest news, releases, and promotions through their mailing list. So cast your line, reel in that big bass, and enjoy the Sega waters from the comfort of your home.