Postal 2 is a first-person shooter game based on the Unreal Engine. It’s one of the most controversial games for high levels of violence, stereotyping, and black comedy.
In 2004, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, and Sweden banned this game for abhorrent content. However, the game was as successful with many expansions and even got a film adaptation.
GoG is now giving away this game for free, but for a limited time period. Hurry up, you can grab the game for free until December 18 at 2 PM UTC.
Interested people can visit the GOG giveaway page, scroll down and you will notice Postal 2 giveaway banner.
Click the “Get it Free” button, login to your account and the game will be added to your library.
About the Postal 2 Game:
In this game, the player takes on the role of the Postal Dude, a tall and thin red-headed man with a goatee, sunglasses, a black leather trench coat, and a T-shirt with a grey alien’s face printed on it.
Postal Dude lives in a trailer park in the small town of Paradise, Arizona, with his nagging wife, who is identified in the credits as simply “The Bitch”.
The game’s levels are split into days of the week starting Monday and finishing Friday.
At the beginning of each day, Postal Dude is given several tasks to accomplish, such as “get milk”, “confess sins”, and other seemingly mundane tasks.
One of the major concepts of Postal 2 is that it is meant to be a “living world”, a simulation of a tongue-in-cheek off-kilter town.
In this first-person shooter, game characters live out their lives completely separate from the actions of Dude; walking around town, buying and selling merchandise, and even engaging in random shootouts with each other and the police.