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Epic Games gives away wanted game for free

Epic Games gives away wanted game for free
Epic Games gives away wanted game for free

Epic Games spoils us every week with free games that we don’t have to do anything for! It’s also a party this week and Epic has no less than two popular games on offer.

In Ark: Survival Evolved we have to survive with the help of dinosaurs and, if all goes well, also escape. We’re stranded on a strange beach that will test our survival instincts!

Epic Games doesn’t stop there, the second free game this week is one that has been greeted with cheers by many. Gloomhaven is described by the creators as a tactical RPG combined with a Dungeon Crawler. So that means fighting to survive, searching every corner of the dungeons for treasures and riches, but also battles that require tactical ingenuity to survive! The game is based on the epic board game of the same name.

Free games on the Epic Games Store

Fans of free games without a subscription are well off with Epic Games. Epic has been giving away free games every week and you don’t have to do anything for that. Unlike many subscription forms such as Amazon Prime, PlayStation Plus, Games with Gold and Humble Choice, the games are really completely free and remain yours without any subscription form.

In addition to the weekly free games, Epic has many more games that you can score for free. The Epic Games Store also has a large list of games that are always free to play. These include well-known names such as Rocket League, Paladins, Smite, Genshin Impact, Neverwinter, Fortnite, World of Warships, Trackmania and League of Legends. The complete list of free games can be found here.

NB: you can only play the free games in the period between Thursday 17:00 and exactly a week after claim, but the game is and will remain forever in your account and free to play. You don’t even need to download or play the game, if you claim the game during the free period it can be downloaded from the Epic Games Store at any time afterwards.

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