If last year’s holidays left your pockets empty, you should not worry, because there are many ways to enjoy excellent video games without spending a single penny. Today we have the pleasant surprise that the Epic Games store –the parents of Fortnite– is offering three new free games to download on PC.
Please note that, as has been the case with similar offers in the past, this week’s selection of games is only available for a limited time. You have until January 19 to activate the licenses of these games for free in your Epic account.
Without further ado, let’s go to the list:
Gamedec: Definitive Edition
This is an RPG that has received multiple accolades from the independent gaming market. The definitive edition adds to its contents a pack of characters that will give you even more hours of gameplay.
Gamedec is an isometric cyberpunk RPG for one player. You are a game detective, solving criminal cases within virtual worlds. Use your wits to gather information from your witnesses and suspects, and get to the bottom of deceptive plots. You are the result of your actions.
First Class Trouble
If the crazy fun of Among Us has ever caught your eye, then you can’t miss this multiplayer offering from the Invisible Walls studio that was released late last year.
First Class Trouble is a game where players work together and battle it out to survive a disaster. The goal is to disable a killer AI. Some players are impostors who secretly play as human-like killer robots and try to betray others.
If you’re looking for something more like Super Smash Bros., then you can’t miss this fighting game from the same company as the popular MOBA Smite.
KO the gods in the world’s only third person platform combat game! Become a small but powerful mythological god and eliminate your friends from the map to reign.
Deal damage to enemies to make them vulnerable and knock them out of the arena with a powerful blow! Enjoy combat inspired by 2D fighting games, but with a unique third-person perspective.
Hi, its Martin, I am a gamer and a writer. I love exploring games of varied genres and writing blogs about them.