The Epic Games Store has revealed their next free title.
First comes a puzzle game that follows a bit of a narrative (don’t we all love those? Well, at least I do…) the game is called The Spectrum Retreat and will be free to download from the 1st July to the 8th. If you enjoyed Stanley’s Parable or Superliminal, this game is right up your alley.
This game will replace Horizon Chase Turbo and Sonic Mania, but I would say at a pretty good cost. The Spectrum Retreat is a great experience and something unique to delve yourself into. Currently, Sonic Mania and Horizon Chase Turbo are free to download until the 1st of July from The Epic Games Store website. They usually cost around £15 each, so you’re better off taking advantage of that while you still can.
The Epic Games Store has appealed to over 150 million PC users since launching in 2018, Epic admitted this back in January and it’s there’s no wondering why, they are doing millions of players, money-saving favours. The company gives away free titles weekly which include over 103 game titles in 2020, which no doubt with the global pandemic, did many people therapeutic favours. Overall, the games were worth over £1000, Epic mentions that players in total downloaded over 749 titles in 2020.
Epic Games almost spent £12 million to secure titles for their regular free game titles giveaways in just a nine-month period (Yikes). Epic Games gave 38 games away in the first nine months of the store being up, which included paying the developers a different buyout price. (Aren’t they just the sweetest?) You really can’t go wrong by taking a look at some of the free games they offer each week.
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