The Thursday afternoon ritual continues. A new freeEpic Games Store is available and it is a very well rated game by players.
No nasty surprises this week. Where last week gamers panicked thinking there would be no free play on theEpic Games Storebut which arrived a little later than the usual slot, today we already know what to expect.
The new free game Epic Games Store available
Who says Thursday says free game. Like every week at 5 p.m. sharp, theEpic Games Store offers PC players the chance to collect one or more free games. After the small delay in starting last week, the store offers a new title very well rated and appreciated by fans of the genre. From August 25, 2022 through September 1 at 5:00 p.m. PST, players can pick up Ring of Pain.
This new free-to-play game comes as a mix of deckbuilder, rogue-like, and procedurally generated circular dungeon crawling. To get out of it it will be imperative to make good decisions which could prove fatal otherwise. All in all, the title offers 25 special dungeons, loot all the way, 50 creatures to master and more than 300 items to unlock.
Icing on the cake, fans of Destiny 2 can also grab Bungie’s 30th Anniversary Bundle through August 30 at 7 p.m. on the EGS. It contains a new dungeon, the exotic Gjallarhorn rocket launcher, the Thistle armor set, gear, an arsenal, and cosmetics inspired by Bungie’s past.
What are the next free games?
And for next week? What will be the next free game of theEpic Games Store ? It will be a double gift and it will make people happy. Ring of Pain will be replaced by Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and Submerged: Hidden Depths. The first is the final installment in the Lara Croft adventure trilogy. This edition includes all 7 DLC challenge tombs, plus all downloadable weapons, outfits, and skills.
The second is an independent game putting the action on exploration, all without combat. The title has received a very good reception from the players. These two new free games will be available from 1er to September 8 at 5 p.m. French time.