20 Dec 2020 4:46 PM +00:00

Epic Games 15 Days Of Free Games List Has Been Leaked

From December 17th to the end of the year, Epic Games are giving away a free game every day on their Epic Games Store.

Each day at 4pm GMT the game will change and the next one will be revealed.

The List Has Been Leaked

So far during the 15 Days Of Free Games we have seen Cities Skylines, Oddworld New n Tasty, The Long Dark, and be given away for free.

Twitter user jovanmunja has claimed to have been sent the list of what will be given away by Epic Games.

The list is as follow;

  • December 17th - Cities Skylines
  • December 18th - Oddworld New n Tasty
  • December 19th - The Long Dark
  • December 20th - Defense Grid 1
  • December 21st - Alien: Isolation
  • December 22nd - Metro 2033
  • December 23rd - Tropico 5
  • December 24th - Inside
  • December 25th - Darkest Dungeon
  • December 26th - My Time in Portia
  • December 27th - Night in the Woods
  • December 28th - Stranded Deep
  • December 29th - Solitairica
  • December 30th - Torchlight 2
  • December 31st - Jurassic World Evolution

While it would be very easy to say that the list looks more legitimate because the first few are accurate, at the time of the Tweet only Cities: Skylines had been revealed.

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So, even if it is not accurate, the list has predicted the next few.

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As I type this the time is 4pm and the next game has been revealed for December 20th and it is, Defense Grid 1, the same game that was predicted.

So that is 3 out of 3 so far, so it is likely this list is accurate.

And if it is, that means Alien: Isolation will be free tomorrow, which is a fantastic game that every horror fan should play.

But for now, here is some information about today's game, Defense Grid.

"Defense Grid: The Awakening is the ultimate tower defense game that appeals to players of all skill levels. A horde of enemies is invading, and it's up to the player to stop them by strategically building fortification towers around their base. The controls are intuitive and the gameplay is deep — the special attacks and properties of each tower work together to provide many ways to succeed."

Defense Grid has a 81/100 score on Metacritic, so pretty good, with none of the reviews being negative.

If you're a fan of tower defense games then there's no reason not to try it.

And if you're not, try it anyway because its free.

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