Showing posts with label Epic Games. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Epic Games. Show all posts

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Faeria Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering PC version of Faeria and Assassin's Creed Syndicate for free giveaway this week.

By now, PC gamers are aware that Epic Games always like to double down whenever it comes to weekly giveaway titles on Epic Games Store and they are proving that once again this week by giving more than what was originally promised.

During their last giveaway, turn-based strategy card game Faeria was announced to offer as only freebie for current week but they later added Assassin's Creed Syndicate into mix and made both of them free to claim forever.

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Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Faeria Free on Epic Games Store Now

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A successor to Assassin's Creed Unity and ninth mainline release from AC series, Syndicate is set in Victorian era of London. Throughout game's plot, players can assume in role of twins Jacob and Evie Frye, switching between missions.

Away from traditional collectible card game genre, Faeria comes with more than 100 hours of content and 300 cards to get. Tactfully crafting your deck will prepare you for fighting epic battles that will lead you to ultimate victory.

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Epic Store initially had plans to giveaway only one game, which is Faeria but then they announced to include AC Syndicate as well. Using your EGS account, you can claim these titles before February 27, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT.

Unless there is a sudden change of plan to add another title or to make change at last minute, Epic Games Store will be making adventure game InnerSpace from PolyKnight Games available for their next free deal on February 27, 2020.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez Free on Epic Games Store Now

This week, Epic Games Store offers PC version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez for free giveaway.

Not only has Epic Games been back in business of handing out free PC games on weekly basis but lately at Epic Games Store, players are getting more than one titles in average and are likely to continue throughout entirety of 2020.

In their current giveaway, Epic Store has added action role-playing title Kingdom Come: Deliverance and 2D beat 'em up game Aztez for anyone to claim with a free account anytime before February 20, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT.

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez Free on Epic Games Store Now

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KC: Deliverance explores a story-driven adventure set in Holy Roman Empire, where protagonist character Henry is set to avenge his parent's death, fight forces of enemy, complete quests in open-world and lead up to example doing so.

Then move over to side-scrolling brawler Aztez that is wrapped around in layer of strategy elements. You play as king of the Aztecs who must send best breed of Aztez fighters in various areas of dispute by resolving conflicts.

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A very sweet coincidence for Deliverance is that today marks the second anniversary of its release and it goes free on EGS on this special occasion. You can also grab a copy of HD sound, texture and voice packs along with base game.

Epic Store has revealed strategy card game Faeria by developer studio Abrakam that is rich with many hours of content and co-operative missions. It is scheduled to become available as a freebie PC title for next week on February 20.

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is giving away free copy of Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride for PC platform until February 13.

Drawing player interest on their digital distribution storefront, Epic Games has been endlessly giving up loads of free games on Epic Games Store each week from a variety of fan-favorite genre by indie studios and major AAA companies.

For their freebie offering for this week, Epic Store has added two PC games from publisher Asmodee Digital; Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride. Both of these titles are free to claim on EGS until February 13, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT.

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Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride Free on Epic Games Store Now

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An acclaimed turn-based strategy, Carcassonne allows players to set cities, grassland or roads and place their followers in various roles. Each movement is made through classic tile-placement system that has game-changing possibilities.

A faithful adaptation of train board game, Ticket to Ride teaches you to own railways, lay tracks to connect cities and own important routes. Its rules are easy to pick up but you can never tell where things are going to go in the end.

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Although co-operative board game Pandemic was also listed for freebie for this week alongside above-mentioned titles, it has been removed earlier probably because of real-life coincidence of having a Coronavirus outbreak in China.

Epic Games Store has already announced to giveaway side-scrolling brawler game Aztez from Team Colorblind and action role-playing title Kingdom Come: Deliverance by Warhorse Studios for next week on February 13, 2020.

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Farming Simulator 19 Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering PC version of Farming Simulator 19 in free giveaway game for this week.

Continuing their freebie offering for anyone with a free account, Epic Games returns give out another game for PC on their digital distribution storefront Epic Games Store as usual, which they are going to keep up for entirety of this year.

In latest giveaway of Epic Store, a free copy of simulation title Farming Simulator 19 from developer Giants Software and publisher Focus Home Interactive is up for claiming anytime before February 6, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT.

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Farming Simulator 19 Free on Epic Games Store Now

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If you are someone who would enjoy working in countryside and is interested in earning an honest living out of hard labor, then indulge yourself into managing your own farm with all modern equipment and tools at hand.

With their own freedom of choice, players would go buying seeds, driving trucks, reaping crops and taking care of livestock to make their dream ranch. There is a co-operative multiplayer mode for players to go riding in horses for a good time.

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New addition of farming activities, animals, corps and various band of vehicles give fans much more to do with an existing formula. FS19 is an overall improvement of all past installments from a long-running series of agriculture sim.

For next week, Epic Games Store will have not just one but three free games from Asmodee Digital; Carcassonne, Ticket to Ride and Pandemic. They are available from next Thursday to add to your online library until February 13, 2020.

Thursday, January 23, 2020

The Bridge Free on Epic Games Store Now

In free giveaway game of this week, Epic Games Store is offering logic-based puzzle game The Bridge for PC.

Intending to continue a popular feature of weekly free game giveaways, Epic Games is bringing more exciting titles on PC platform and being developer friendly throughout 2020 on their digital distribution storefront Epic Games Store.

For this week, 2013 logic-based puzzle game The Bridge from developer/publisher The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild is coming to Epic Store today for anyone to claim a copy anytime before January 30, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT.

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The Bridge Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Players take control of a guy who seems to be a middle-aged science professor and starts exploring into a beautiful hand-drawn worlds of quirky physics looking for a getaway after waking up from a revelation like Isaac Newton.

Contrary of many renowned games from its genre, The Bridge attempts to introduce change to your outlook at things and help you overcome many boundaries of perspective through a few twists in ways of how gravity works its charm.

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There will be times when you are repeatedly doing something over and over but couldn't make it right for overlooking some tiny details. What you are looking for may be lying right in front of you but yet, often times it will be easily missed.

When it will be time to harvest your next freebie title on Epic Games Store, you can get your hands on ultimate farming simulation game Farming Simulator 19 from Giants Software and Focus Home Interactive on January 30, 2020.

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Horace Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is giving away free copy of indie platformer title Horace on PC platform for this week.

Even after fulfilling their promise of giving away free games for a year, Epic Games didn't stop offering PC titles on Epic Games Store and has confirmed earlier to continue rolling out more freebies on a weekly schedule throughout 2020.

This week, EGS has a fair-looking indie 2D pixel art platformer Horace from publisher 505 Games that is available to claim and add to your online collection of games forever before January 18, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT.

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Horace Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Horace follows the story of a household robot that lives with a family for a while and bonds with its each member. In one unfortunate event, he gets separated and deactivated for a few years before he gets online somehow.

Rebooted back to a world that he couldn't relate to anymore with his family in it and so, he takes it upon himself to find them. This engaging experience of a small robot was developed by Paul Helman and Sean Scaplehorn.

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There are aspects of a regular platform game with player character having some basic abilities, which expands later on. It features some jokes and quips on pop culture references that people with an enthusiasm for older days will surely enjoy.

For their giveaway of next week, Epic Games Store will serve 2013 logic-based puzzle game The Bridge from developer/publisher The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild and it will go live on January 18 to remain until January 30.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Epic Games Store Will Continue Free Weekly Games in 2020

Epic Games promises to continue trend of giving away free PC games on Epic Games Store throughout 2020.

Hitting up one year anniversary last year, Epic Games didn't even slow down on their regular wave of free games offering on Epic Games Store and is still keeps on giving stepping into new year of 2020 with no sign of stopping.

Last year, EGS had 12 days of free games initiative that ran alongside their first annual Holiday Sale. They even entered a new decade giving three titles at once, which they intend to continue on a weekly basis throughout this year as well.

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Epic Games Store Will Continue Free Weekly Games in 2020

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Already given out 73 games so far that were being claimed for more than 200 million times and are worth $1,455 in total, Epic Store is planning to extend this freebie giveaway practice to have a large part of their audience engaged.

Not only did EGS highlighted many promising indie tiles on their platform, they handed out older games from those creators to members to claim for free as part of a promotional tactics, which seemed to have worked pretty well too.

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Epic Store PC Games Revenue

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During their entire run, they attracted 108 million members to their storefront and had their valued customers spend over $680 million for PC games and $251 million of that revenue amount was used up on third-party titles.

Epic Games is determined to continue supporting developers and publishers with a friendly 88% revenue split, just as they initially started. After enabling keyless purchasing integration with Humble Store lately, there are more to come in future.

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Of course those numbers are very impressive for first year of a new digital distribution outlet but you can easily bet that a lion's share of that percentage has come from their free-to-play online shooter game Fortnite Battle Royale.

Most popular on Epic Store last year was Borderlands 3, Control, Metro Exodus, The Division 2, The Outer Worlds and World War Z. For 2020, they are planning to include Auto Chess, Godfall, Predator: Hunting Grounds and Rogue Company.

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Epic Store Most Popular Games in 2019

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Support for cross-platform play across Android, iOSMacNintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation and Xbox systems were limited to Fortnite only. Currently, Dauntless from developer Phoenix Labs has the same features as first third-party game.

Epic Games plans on working more on cross-platform games in near future that are coming in 2020. More timed exclusive titles will head over to Epic Games Store as well, which means they will probably sneak onto more Kickstarter projects.

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Fortnite Getting New Creative Mode Liferun

Epic Games to add new Creative mode game Liferun for Fortnite, which will debut shortly at PAX South.

Aside from its lesser known survival-shooter game mode Save the World and free-to-play battle royale, Fortnite added a Creative mode in late 2018 that allows players freedom to freely build arena and even new games modes.

Reportedly, developer/publisher Epic Games will include a new Creative mode titled "Liferun" for Fortnite where people will get busy saving lives instead of getting kills and it will be first showcased shortly at PAX South 2020.

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Fortnite Getting New Creative Mode Liferun

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Players will be taking on roles of heroic Red Cross workers and race to save lives in golf carts through maps in four different missions. In a recent partnership with International Red Cross, this mode is developed by Team Evolve.

Liferun gets officially revealed between January 17 and January 19 at PAX South, San Antonio, Texas. Renowned streamers DrLupo, Lachlan and ONE_shot_GURL will be right there to play the game directly from convention.

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On Twitter, user ShiinaBR has shared some images from upcoming brand-new custom game mode "Liferun".



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Epic Games have yet to announce whether or not Creative mode Liferun will be a limited time collaboration/crossover event or here to stay as a permanent addition to Fortnite but we can expect it to last for a few weeks at least.

While some players are whining about Season 1 of Fortnite Chapter 2 being too long since it will run until February 2020 and no content update coming before next season, a new Creative mode is actually a breath of fresh air for many.

Sundered: Eldritch Edition Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering PC version of Sundered: Eldritch Edition in free giveaway game of this week.

Originally, Epic Games have announced to offer turn-based strategic role-playing game For The King for this week a day after revealing of their freebie lineup of New Year 2020 but then they backed out afterwards for some unknown reason.

Later on, Metroidvania title Sundered: Eldritch Edition from developer/publisher Thunder Lotus Games was revealed to be latest free games on Epic Games Store for PC platform, available now to claim before January 16, 7:00 PM PT/10:00 PM EDT.

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Sundered: Eldritch Edition Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Sundered explores a narrative full of Lovecraftian horror elements that are centered on a woman named Eshe. Her journey throughout the game is all about embracing or defying an ancient eldritch power by a mysterious force.

Due to its roguelike nature, no area pattern is the same once your character dies and any amount of enemies can spawn randomly at any time. However, death doesn't punish you too severely to try out a different approach next time.

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Eldritch Edition features new areas to wander around, brand-new boss to fight off, quest chain that serves unique rewards and all updates. It also comes along with local co-op play support that lets you join with up to four-players.

Epic Games Store already revealed one of the best platforming adventure games from last year, Horace for giving away next week. This critically-acclaimed title will become available from January 16 and will remain up until January 23, 2020.

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Fortnite is Highest-Earning Video Game of 2019

Even after seeing a 25% less profit than last year, Fortnite of Epic Games remained a top-earning game of 2019.

For past few years, developer/publisher Epic Games has been dominating video game sphere with their free-to-play online battle royale game Fortnite as well as its own genre by competing with titles like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.

Fortnite Battle Royale still remains the highest-grossing games of 2019 when it comes to overall revenue, even though it has seen a drastic 25% downward trend in profits compared to previous year, according to a recent report from SuperData.

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Fortnite is Highest-Earning Video Game of 2019

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In a recent review of digital gaming space, Neilsen Company SuperData revealed that Fortnite took top spot in profit charts for second year in a row by generating $1.8 billion revenue despite seeing a 25% decrease from $2.4 billion of 2018.

Due to their approach to overly popular battle royale genre with a free-to-play business model, Fortnite has appealed to many people. Epic Games also hosted high-profile eSports events to heavily promote their pride jewel to a mass audience.

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Moreover, collaborations with major franchises like Avengers, Batman, John Wick and Star Wars has drawn more players to the game. Lately, Fortnite premiered brand-new footage The Rise of Skywalker ahead of its theatre release.

During these limited time crossovers events, bundle of themed cosmetic items and Battle Passes are sold through in-game digital storefront known as Item Shop that players can pick up spending real-world money, thus generating revenue.

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Other free-to-play games generating a billion dollar revenue are Dungeon Fighter Online, Honour of Kings, League of Legends, Candy Crush Saga, Pokémon Go, Crossfire, Fate/Grand Order, Game for Peace and Last Shelter: Survival.

Although AAA-title release number is reduced, heading over to mobile platform has been a successful move for major publishers. Both Call of Duty: Mobile and Mario Kart Tour were able to offer experience of their console counterparts.

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Fortnite Crossover Events

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Two highest-grossing games of 2019 were FIFA 20 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, earning $786 million $645 million respectively. In comparison, free-to-play titles have earned so much more than these annual blockbuster series.

Most of those titles made it to the top due to their accessibility to players on PC, consoles or handhelds. In spite of taking a 5% dip in 2019 for year-over-year contrast, premium game revenue has totaled to a whopping $18.9 billion.

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Epic Games has done a great job in keeping Fortnite Battle Royale still relevant to have players engaged and invested. Many of their seasonal events and regular content updates are what drawing its player community across all platforms.

Last year, entire world of Fortnite was sucked into a black hole for few days nearing end of Season 10 and everything returned shortly afterwards introducing Chapter 2 of the game, signaling to continue a triumphant run in 2020 as well.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Darksiders, Darksiders 2 and Steep Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is giving away free copy of Darksiders, Darksiders 2 and Steep for PC platform until January 9.

Continuing twelve days of non-stop free games giveaway at the end of 2019 and more that started during annual Holiday Sale, Epic Games has welcomed New Year of 2020 by bringing more titles for PC platform on Epic Games Store.

Joining today on Epic Store are three great titles; Darksiders, Darksiders II and Steep that would be accessible to claim for another nine days. So, be sure to check all of them out as soon as you can and add to your ever-growing online library.

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Darksiders, Darksiders 2 and Steep Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Play as first Horseman of the Apocalypse, War and cancel end of the world in Darksiders Warmastered Edition. Appointed by Charred Council, he arrives at kingdom of man upon sensing of end times only to find it as a ruse.

Then continue from where War left off as his brother Death and clear his name in Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition. Riding on his horse Despair, the most feared among all Horsemen embarks a journey to uncover a grand conspiracy.

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Also don't forget to pick up standard edition of open-world extreme sports game Steep from developer/publisher Ubisoft. Grab your skis and snowboards to steer through mountain Alps this winter season for an unforgettable experience.

Epic Store has previously given up two games bundle consists of six titles with Batman Games Collection in September 2019. This time, they have tripled down on freebies and are available to claim before January 9, 7:59 AM PT/10:59 AM EDT.

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store wraps up 12 days of free games giveaway by offering a free of Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair.

Though Epic Games originally announced to offer at least one freebie title on their digital distribution outlet Epic Games Store for each day until yearend, they seem to have extended that giveaway period until New Year of 2020.

Joining in on board is platform adventure game Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair by developer Playtonic Games and publisher Team 17, which came out only months ago and is now available to claim for next 24 hours at Epic Store.

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Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Free on Epic Games Store Now

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You will be playing as a male chameleon named Yooka who is accompanied by Laylee, a female bat in a classic 2D side-scrolling action. However, instead of rehashing old formula, the studio has taken a modern approach for a sequel.

For completing each of its 20 uniquely different stages, players receive an extra hit point to finish Impossible Lair. This completely eliminates your need to go through all stages to face evil Capital B but you would probably want to do it anyway.

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Impossible Lair actually improves upon overall mechanics of the series and its respective genre. Its beautiful design and gameplay concept is quite a blast but having no check-point within the game could be a real bummer sometime.

Right after wrapping up with 12 days of free games program with their latest title, Epic Games Store is seemingly getting back to their previous schedule of giving away weekly games for PC, starting with Darksiders II and Steep.

Monday, December 30, 2019

Hello Neighbor Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering Hello Neighbor for free on twelfth day of 12 days of free games giveaway at yearend.

To make this holiday season merrier than it could be, Epic Games have announced earlier to offer at least one game each day until end of 2019 on their digital distribution outlet Epic Games Store while having annual Holiday Sale.

Epic Store just revealed its twelfth giveaway entry to be indie stealth horror game Hello Neighbor from developer Dynamic Pixels and publisher tinyBuild that is available on PC for free to claim forever within another 24 hours.

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Hello Neighbor Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Players will assume role of a child named Nicky Roth, who goes to see his neighbor's house upon hearing a sudden scream and realizes that his weirdly creepy resident next door has possibly locked someone up in his basement.

Entire playthrough at neighbor's house is comprised of four acts and you would end up in his basement at the end of almost each one of them. Throughout entire run, players will be chased by a smart AI that would adapt to your playstyle.

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Often times, there are no other way around to solve a dilemma that you can figure out by careful observation but have to come up with new ideas and try them all to find a way and that may not be very encouraging for many newcomers.

Although 12 days of free games program should have officially ended today with latest free game but Epic Games decided to continue rolling out more until January 1, 2020 and has teased another title on social media for tomorrow.

Sunday, December 29, 2019

The Talos Principle Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store offers a copy of The Talos Principle on PC, on eleventh day of 12 days of free games giveaway.

To sendoff 2019 with a bang, Epic Games have announced 12 days of free games earlier to offer more freebie titles for players on PC platform than they already did at Epic Games Store throughout the year alongside their annual Holiday Sale.

Joining on Epic Store today is first-person puzzle game The Talos Principle from developer Croteam and publisher Devolver Digital, which is up for grabs now with nothing but a free account for a limited time of only 24 hours.

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The Talos Principle Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Throughout entire gameplay walkthrough, you control an android character, which has consciousness of a human and attempts to solve a series of challenging puzzles using advanced technology that are set around in a dangerous territory.

Your creator, the enigmatic Elohim has allowed you to freely roam within his beautifully lush, vast land to slowly evolve and train your thought process but forbid you not to climb a sky-high tower at its center for some unknown reason.

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In most cases, these riddles are based on philosophical perspectives of life and our reason of being. You can switch to first-person or third-person view back and forth during your run and try to piece together clues that are scattered around.

Given their next image clue posted on social media for tomorrow, Epic Games Store would most probably giveaway 2014 stealth horror game Hello Neighbor and a twelve day yearend offering will eventually come to a close.

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Shadow Tactics Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is giving out free copy of Shadow Tactics for PC on tenth day of 12 days of free games giveaway.

Earlier this month, Epic Games announced a 12 days of free games giving on their digital storefront Epic Games Store over PC platform for anyone interested to get a new title each day until yearend alongside annual Holiday Sale of 2019.

Epic Store has brought real-time tactics game Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun from developer Mimimi Games and publisher Daedalic Entertainment to their lineup for freebie giveaway that will be available for another 24 hours.

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Shadow Tactics Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Players initially control a diverse group of remarkable warriors, all versed in a different skill to wage war against any force. Together, they are lead by samurai Oshiro Mugen to eradicate a sudden uprising of a warlord named Kage-sama.

Set in Edo period of Japan, Shadow Tactics is focused on stealth-based gameplay that borrows elements form popular series like Commandos and Desperados, where you pay attention to a number of key-factors to complete objectives.

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Aside from sneaking up on places for most part, sometime you need to let loose of your blade as well. Despite having some camera issues, the game does great storytelling and gives each character a solid back-story with proper lines.

It was pretty hard to guess what Epic Games Store had planned for today until it was revealed after some delay due to technical difficulties and given their teaser image for what comes next, it may likely be The Talos Principle for tomorrow.

Friday, December 27, 2019

Hyper Light Drifter Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering Hyper Light Drifter for free on ninth day of 12 days of free games giveaway.

Running in parallel with annual Holiday Sale of Epic Games Store, 12 days of free games offering for PC platform is currently ongoing, courtesy of Epic Games. Anyone can simply grab these titles to their online collection to own them forever.

On ninth day of yearend giveaway, Epic Store has added 2D action role-playing game Hyper Light Drifter from developer/publisher Heart Machine to their freebie giveaway lineup, which will be available to claim for next 24 hours.

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Hyper Light Drifter Free on Epic Games Store Now

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HLD is centered on a lone Drifter character that is a wielder to an ancient technology and is plagued by an unnamed disease. Its overarching theme as well as entire narrative is told through amazing pixel art without any use of words.

Initial control scheme for gameplay is pretty easy to catch on for newcomers but there is much more to enhance your abilities and gain access to expanded arsenal that has the potential to introduce new twists in each single playthrough.

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Aside from an energy sword, The Drifter carries long-range guns to take care of menacing monstrosities roaming everywhere. An unending horde of enemies would force player to do a lot of dodging and dashing than fighting directly.

Epic Store has already given out Hyper Light Drifter for free back in August 2019 but it sure is a good news for those who missed and their daily teaser image for what is coming up next has sort of gave away what is coming on board today.

Thursday, December 26, 2019

Faster Than Light Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store offers a copy of Faster Than Light on PC, on eighth day of 12 days of free games giveaway.

On a continuous frenzy of free games offer from Epic Games to run a 12 days of free games initiative on Epic Games Store, players on PC platform has already received a handful of games with a few more to come each day until yearend.

Joining on eighth day of annual giveaway, top-down real-time strategy game FTL: Faster Than Light from indie developer/publisher studio Subset Games is now available on Epic Store for another 24 hours for anyone to claim a copy.

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Faster Than Light Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Though your entire playthrough is centered within a spaceship, you may not face any regular troubles that a typical outer space game will throw at you but will be occupied looking after crew and guide your ship to destination instead.

FTL gives you a sole objective of delivering vital information to allies with a rebel fleet on your tail and you must go through eight sectors of diverse planetary systems that will randomly generate obstacle on your way to overcome.

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General gameplay activities include repelling enemy attacks, recruit new crew members and upgrade ship with scrap parts. Balancing these aspects may be challenging and once your ship gets destroyed or crew is dead, you have to start over.

Due to its roguelike elements, Faster Than Light will never get boring and will always keep up a sense of uncertainty at all times. However, players can always take time even in between combat to pause the game and plan ahead.

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Totally Accurate Battle Simulator Free on Epic Games Store Now

On seventh day of yearend giveaway, wacky physics-based game Totally Accurate Battle Simulator comes to Epic Games Store.

Rolling out loads of free games on digital distribution outlet Epic Games Store for a whole year, Epic Games have decided to extend their generosity with 12 days of free games on PC platform while having a Holiday Sale ongoing.

Contrary to what was presumed earlier as Kingdom: New Lands, simulation title Totally Accurate Battle Simulator by developer/publisher Landfall Games joins Epic Store on seventh day of their yearend giveaway for 24 hours.

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Totally Accurate Battle Simulator Free on Epic Games Store Now

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War has changed and evolved throughout history that players can experience playing ragdoll physics-based strategy game TABS. Players build a unit of their own weird and wobbly-looking soldiers to fight opposing sides to a standstill.

There is a price limit in each level and as long as you do not cross it, you can keep adding more troops. You can get weapons to unlock new units and use unit creator for some customization as well to indulge into the madness of war.

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Though currently in Early Access, TABS has nine playable factions, battle creator and 18 maps to play in four campaigns. Sandbox mode has no price limits or whatsoever and gives players full control of both sides engaging in battle.

Whether or not things have gone like this way in past, it wouldn't possibly hurt you to try out wacky tactics of Totally Accurate Battle Simulator since EGS is giving out a free copy to anyone with a free account right now.

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Celeste Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is giving away PC version of Celeste for free on sixth day of 12 days of free games giveaway.

In an attempt to bid farewell to this year and celebrate recent Holiday Sale on Epic Games Store, a 12 days of free games program was announced by Epic Games earlier for gamers to receive a freebie giveaway title each day until yearend.

Epic Store already teased that 2018 platform game Celeste from developer/publisher Matt Makes Games will be on free games lineup for PC platform today for 24 hours by posting a mysterious image of a mountain yesterday.

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Celeste Free on Epic Games Store Now

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The game centers around a young girl named Madeline, who embarks a journey to climb through titular Celeste Mountain against all warnings of an old lady only to face her dark reflection to come across and haunt her.

Though controls are very easy to adapt to, it always takes players to pull accurate moves to go through certain spaces. There is an overarching narrative of fighting with personal anxiety and depression that can be relatable to many players.

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There are eight chapters in total to explore, each of them having a harder version known as "B-Side". Epic Store has already offered Celeste earlier in August 2019 and this is a great opportunity for those who somehow missed it the first time.

As usual, EGS has not revealed name for what game they will offer tomorrow but provided a single image of a cross-marked shield, which most likely is suggestive of minimalistic micro strategy game Kingdom: New Lands.

Monday, December 23, 2019

Ape Out Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is offering top-down beat 'em up title Ape Out, on fifth day of 12 days of free games.

During this holiday season, Epic Games decided to launch 12 days of free games program on their digital distribution storefront Epic Games Store alongside their first annual Holiday Sale to invite players on PC to their platform.

Today, Epic Store unveils single-player beat 'em up game Ape Out as their fifth freebie title from developer Gabe Cuzzillo and publisher Devolver Digital, which remains up for grabs by anyone with a free account for another 24 hours.

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Ape Out Free on Epic Games Store Now

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You assume the role of a captive gorilla that just got out of its cage and will be running through various mazes to get your way out. During this escape, human enemies will come at your way armed with guns only to be squashed like bugs.

Ape Out is played from a top-down perspective and adapts a simplistic design but doesn't shy away from spraying blood everywhere while listening to jazz music that blends with all the in-game violence you are going to cause.

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Majority of your enemies are killed in one-shot and you can even grab one of them to use as shield. There are four different chapters to explore in an overall engaging experience where you can simply go bananas and start a crazy rampage.

Since EGS is not revealing any of these upcoming titles from 12 days of free games lineup in advance, you can grab a copy to add to your collection of games for free in the mean time and treat yourself into some colorful chaos.