Get to know the latest freebies from inepic Games Store - Both for those who like to play with others on the net and for those who prefer to play alone
Once you have been pampered on the free deals courtesy of UbisoftIt's time to get back to the familiar weekly routine - a new juicy free distribution at theepic Games Store, which this week includes an addictive and glorious strategy game and Roguelike plus a pair of up-to-date online action titles.
Into the Breach is the latest game from a successful pair of developers (along with the writing of the famous Chris Avalon) who also brought us the indie hit FTL: Faster Than Light in the past - it was originally launched in 2018 and gives players control over the human race in a distant and tough futuristic world. A desperate struggle takes place against an alien species called Vek.
The gameplay is tactical in turns and is based on many random elements and inevitable failures that provide an opening for improvement and upgrade for the next experience in line - and it is unusually addictive and fun, as evidenced by more than 8,000 different players on the platform Steam Which together gave an average of over 93 percent positive reviews for the title (along with an average score of 90 out of 100 in the reviews on the Metacritic website, which made it the title of thePC Best in 2018 as a whole).
You now have one week to collect it without paying even a shekel, instead of the full price of 50 shekels, so we recommend that you do not waste time and act now.
If you've already been to the Epic Store, you can try the early version of a new online action title called Diabotical, in which Robots Fun rounders (and customizable in a variety of ways and methods, of course) fight gameplay styles that are reminiscent of older, more modest periods of the genre.
Another new free online game now available to everyone onEpic Store Is Spellbreak - with a colorful and interesting world where the emphasis of battles is on magic and magic instead of cold or hot weapons. If you've tired of Fortnight, PUBG or Warzone you may want to consider this new contender who wants to do things differently.
For dessert, do not forget to pick up the fifth and final episode of the first season of the adventure game Three Out of Ten, which has now been launched and is available along with all four episodes - with an unusual satirical look into the world Development The modern games.
Starting next Thursday (September 10) Into the Breach will be replaced by a pair of other free titles - the simulator and management game Railway Empire that will give you a mission to build and empower (surprise) a 19th century US train company, and the adventure game called Where the Water Tastes Like Wine and provides a historical journey through personal stories of a variety of characters during the Great Depression of the last century.
Not the most spectacular offering on this gaming platform, right - but something that is very nice to have in store in case you want to experience something different and refreshing.