If you're planning on using some H&R Block Software to help with your taxes any time soon, you might want to give this a read.
We don't think we are going out on much of a limb by assuming that most people love getting something for free. Whether it be a drink, a meal, or a gift. Is anything truly free, though? That might seem a little pessimistic, but normally to attain your free gift or cash in on an offer, you have to do or spend something first.
Whether something is free or not is a topic that has come under fire a lot recently in the gaming world. The free-to-play arena is currently dominating the landscape. Fortnite is the industry leader and any time it even comes close to something being pay-to-win, players lose their minds. However, even though Fortnite is technically a free game, if you want to look the part and get the battle pass, you're going to need to fork out at least a little money.
Titles that are most certainly not free-to-play are popular games such as Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Battlefield V. Unless you are about to do your taxes, that is. Let us explain. As reported by Gamespot, tax software company H&R Block is currently advertising a handful of pretty unique offers on its website. Buy their software to help with your taxes and receive a free game for doing so.
It is certainly not an avenue we would have ever thought to explore. Do gamers typically need more assistance when doing their taxes? Is that just a stereotype we have that has passed us by? You can take a look, and perhaps take advantage of, some of the deals for yourself on Newegg. As well as the two titles above, Borderlands 2 and Bioshock Infinite are also included in offers of varying prices.
As you will have noticed if you opted to take a look, it does say that the deals are limited offers. We're assuming that means they will only be there for a certain amount of time, or they only have a limited number to give away. If you are about to do your taxes and need some software though, why not get a free game in the process? Makes sense to us.