Now online: THQ Nordic is celebrating a birthday with a double distribution and lots of discounts - andepic Games Continues its fashion with its own free pair distribution
We knew in advance that we were expecting a pair of interesting free games this weekend, thanks to the endless generosity of epic Games - But then Valve emerged and made things a lot hotter, through a fresh collaboration with distributor and developer THQ Nordic which is celebrating a decade since its inception (technically under the name Nordic Games originally, but we will try to ignore the matter elegantly).
Along with a host of discounts for the company's titles, which is currently under the European gaming giant in the making of Embracer Group, players have the opportunity to add 2 different pieces to their digital library for free, now and forever - the first of which is the great action-role-playing game Titan Quest, in an updated Anniversary Edition alongside its original Immortal Throne expansion pack.
One of the most successful Diablo multipliers created was originally launched in 2006 and became somewhat orphaned two years later when the original developer was forced to close its doors, but came back to life against all odds a decade later when THQ Nordic got the full rights to the product, returning it to digital stores in version Modern (the one that is free now) and even launched a pair of brand new expansion packs, Atlantis and-Ragnarök, Which can now be purchased at large discounts for NIS 18.46 and NIS 18.48, respectively (Or together for NIS 33.24, after you have collected the base) To complete the set and gain access to the comprehensive experience.
A second free THQ Nordic, much older, is The original Jagged Alliance in its full gold edition (With an expansion pack called Deadly Games) - a tactical action game in turns from 1995 that spawned quite a few sequels of varying quality. If you happen to play it somewhere in the distant past you won a small nostalgic round, and if not - still we can not complain about something that is offered to us without any commitment or consideration.
Discounts and promotions at a rate of up to 90 percent for dozens of additional games by THQ Nordic can be found at the link below - it is worth jumping in and examining the deals, some of which are record discounts.
In the Epic Games Store, from now until next Thursday, September 23, a two-dimensional fighting game from 2018 called Speed Brawl Which challenges the players to wisely rely on the movement momentum of their character in order to achieve the best performance. This piece holds a fairly positive response average on the platform Steam, Though one that is based on a little over 50 opinions in total and makes it clear that a week of free availability can only do good for this product that has not exactly managed to break into the hands and hearts of the masses in the modern busy landscape of the indie scene.
The second free EGS for the coming week is a space management and survival simulator called Tharsis, Originally launched in 2016 and has also received unusually large attention during its existence so far - with challenging gameplay reminiscent of the iconic FTL: Faster Than Light, and based on a fight against all odds by randomly determined means in each new round. If you think you have iron nerves, it's time to look into it directly.