It’s hard to say no to some free games, and in a few days, you can add a few bigger titles to your collection if you don’t forget to add them.
Currently, the Epic Games Store is offering Terrible Posture Games’ „unique playable sitcom,” 3 out of 10’s second season, for free. In this game, players can „experience all the chaos of game development at the world’s worst game dev studio.” This title is up for grabs until April 15, as the freebies tend to be switched on Thursdays.
But Tim Sweeney’s company will kick into a higher gear next week, as they will replace one game by three. Two of them will be by Daedalic Entertainment, who is currently developing The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, which is one of several games that have been delayed to 2022. Daedalic will have two of its point-and-click adventure games for free, namely Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth and Deponia: The Complete Journey. The third game will be David Wehle’s third-person exploration game The First Tree. All of these will be free to download from April 15 to April 22.
Epic claimed in January that their store had attracted over 160 million PC users ever since they launched the Epic Games Store in December 2018. They’ve been giving away at least one freebie per week (sometimes more; and in the Holiday season, they always do one per day), which is how they gave away 103 games last year, collectively worth 2407 USD. The company says the users claimed over 749 million dollars just last year.
As usual, all you need is an Epic Games account and the Epic Games Launcher on your PC. The claimed title(s) will remain on your account after the free period ends. As always, have fun.