After nearly a year of testing, GameFly is ready to pull the beta qualifier off of its PC game distribution client. The desktop software serves not only as a digital storefront for PC games, but also as a queue management program for subscribers to GameFly’s game-by-mail service. Active members get free access to a few hundred “Unlimited PC Play” titles as well — offering subscribers a wide range of games from Diner Dash to Assassin’s Creed. The official release doesn’t differ from the beta in any significant way, but GameFly and 2K games is celebrating its launch by doling out free copies of Bioshock to anyone willing to give the platform a test drive. Crash on down to the source link below for a free ticket to Rapture, or read on for GameFly’s official press release.
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