Original article: A pair of amiable titles are waiting for you to come in to snatch them right now - and another pair is already sitting on his bench waiting for his turn this weekend
Free game sharing is always a good opportunity to try more modest and lesser-known titles that you probably would not pay for with your own money - and this week there are not one but four, if you decide to sign up for free (or have done so before) to theEpic Store.
Layers of Fear is a first-person psychological suspense and horror game launched in 2016 and won compliments thanks to its interesting style and quality atmosphere that really manages to scare and intrigue at the same time. There is also a sequel that was launched this year, but received a less positive reception than the original.
QUBE 2 (or Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion, if you prefer) is a visual and first-person physical puzzle game with a visual style reminiscent of the legendary Portal. It was launched for computers and consoles in 2018 and actually received better reviews than its predecessor from 2011. Definitely worth those who enjoy sharpening their thinking from time to time.
Both of these games will be offered for free to anyone who requests them until next Thursday, October 31, in the afternoon - and immediately after that, two other free games will be offered for the general public.
Costume Quest is a humorous and endearing role-playing game in which you will play a group of children on their journeys on the famous Halloween (Halloween), with battles in the forms in which the special children become large and formidable versions of their costumes to fight the bad guys. The game is relatively old and was launched in 2010 (with positive reviews and a sequel coming in 2014), but hey - it's free, will not you take it?
SOMA is a first-person horror and psychological survival title, in which the player finds himself in a semi-abandoned underwater research station where machines begin to develop free will, in a way that does not bode well for the humans present. The title was launched for PCs in 2015 and won great acclaim, first and foremost from critics, with an average score of 84 out of 100 in Metacritic.
Do not miss the opportunities to collect all these games - and of course to try and experience them soon after. Pleasant gaming!
updating: Costume Quest and SOMA are now available for free and are just waiting for you atEpic Store - In addition to the revelation that starting Thursday next week (November 7) it will be possible to get the brutal action game Ruiner and the addictive Nuclear Throne shooting title for free. Definitely worth it, like every week actually.