Epic Games Store Free Games: Release, Expiry, Watch Dogs, The Stanley Parable & more
Epic Games have announced their next set of free games, available from the end of the week.
If you’re looking to get your hands on anything from Indie titles to triple-A beasts, the Epic Games Store is the place to go.
This week we are getting the best of both worlds with an iconic open-world RPG and a great Indie exploration game.
Continue below for more information regarding these games, the current free games and the dates they will be available.
Current Free Games
For this fortnight, we’ve seen 3 free games release on the store.
These being; Anodyne 2: Return To Dust, A Short Hike and Mutazione. These are all great indie-like games with a fun and intuitive nature.
These games are free from now until the 19th March 2020, so you don’t have long left if you want to pick these up.
The Stanley Parable
The Stanley Parable is a puzzle-like, first-person exploration game which portrays a somewhat dystopian office environment.
With fun and cartoon-like graphics, you don’t need to worry about your PC specs to run the game. However, the game still looks great using lighting to make the different environment feel unique.
The Stanley Parable explores morals that not many other games do. Just be prepared for a confusing but exciting story based around dimensions and paradoxes.
It will be great to see the fan base grow once again after it’s release over 6 years ago!
Watch Dogs received… mixed opinions at release. With much of the negative feedback coming from the unrealistic trailers portraying the game as it isn’t.
If you put this to one side, Ubisoft has created a great and expansive universe.
If you enjoy causing havoc in urban environments (similar to GTA or Saint’s Row), Watch Dogs is a great game to add to your collection.
However, to get the full experience, you MUST play the first game. It’s also a great way to get to grips with the mechanics of the series.
As the current free games end on the 19th March, these two new games will be available.
The dates run from the 19th March to the 26th March.
If you want to get a hold of these games, make sure you can get on the Epic Games Store between these dates.
After this, they will go back to paid games, and we’ll see two (possibly three) new games to become free on the store.