Epic’s generosity continues as they give away three games in one week.
Three free titles will be available to players in the Epic Game store as of next week, they will be completely free to download between April 15th through to April 22nd.
The free titles will be Daedalic Entertainments fan favourite adventure games Deponia: The Complete Journey, Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth and David Wehle’s exploration game The First Tree.
These games will go on to replace the existing free games in the store which were Terrible Posture Games’ 3 out of 10: Season Two which is still available to download for free up until April 15th.
Check out the upcoming free titles below:
Epic Games has been giving players access to free games each week since the marketplace was launched, they claimed back in January that the store itself had seen over 160 million PC users since its launch back in December of last year. It’s not all good news or Epic Games though as a recent report suggests Epic lost $181 million on the Epic Games Store in 2019, and a massive $273 million in 2020.
They have given away of 103 games back in 2020 which is worth around $2,407, they claimed that players downloaded over 749 million free titles just last year.
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