A digital code for games is a string of alphanumeric characters, typically in the form of a unique code or serial number, that can be used to activate or download a digital copy of a game. These codes are often used in digital distribution platforms such as Steam, Epic Games Store, and Xbox Live, and allow users to purchase and download games online without the need for physical media.
When a user purchases a digital code for a game, they can redeem it through the relevant platform to obtain access to the game. In many cases, the game will be automatically added to the user's account and can be downloaded and played immediately. Digital codes can be a convenient way to purchase and access games, especially for those who prefer digital copies or do not have easy access to physical media.