Epic Games brings you new free games every week. Since the in-store opening, the campaign has been part of the free-to-play collection. All you have to do is go to the Epic Games Store, choose the two games, and then you can keep them permanently in your game library.
This week there are two exciting headlines God of dark darkness And the Evil Dead: The Game. You can grab both titles starting today, November 17th. The campaign runs until November 24. If you’re quick, there’s also a free DLC pack for contraction.
God of darkness
In Dark Deity, players enter the world of Terrazael and quickly lead legendary heroes to restore a land torn apart by broken wings, cruel wars, and unbridled magic. Here you have to fight turn-based battles, collect dangerous artifacts and restore the world. Of course, you shouldn’t ignore the personal relationships of individual characters.
Here it goes to: God of darkness
Evil Dead: The Game
Do you want a little horror? Then you’ve come to the right place with Evil Dead. This is the official game based on the universe of the 1981 horror classic of the same name (devil dance) and its successor, the STARZ series Ash vs Evil Dead. In the game you will follow in the footsteps of the famous protagonist Ash Williams or his friends. Action-packed multiplayer PvP and co-op battles await you. You have to prove yourself as a team of four survivors against the evil monsters.
Here you get: Evil Dead: The Game
Another free offer
Epic is really nice to us this week with another bit of free content. you can do it Pack (Epic Cheerleaders) For a colorful battle royale contraction to back up. It shows your epic pride. The package includes: cosmetic item (Epic Cheerleader), black title card, background, frame and 120 minutes of fame. Here it goes to: Rumbleverse Pack (Epic Cheerleaders)
You can get the free content from the Epic Games Store until November 24th. After that, the free game offer changes again and we expect that Star Wars: The Squadrons. (There is usually more than one title, and another game may be announced.) If you want to see which titles Epic has already released for free, take a look here: Epic Games – Free Game Collection: List of all games
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