Epic Games Store : two new free games completely from hell

Epic Games Store : two new free games completely from hell

After Xbox Game Pass additions were announced earlier in the week, it’s time for free Xbox gamesEpic Games Store. Two new gifts and they are aimed at a very specific audience.

Two new free games Epic Games Store available

Every Thursday at 5 p.m., it’s free games timeEpic Games Store. Last week, the PC store left many players disappointed with titles that weren’t to everyone’s taste. Today, the Fortnite editor returns with two new freebies that will be sure to catch the eye of metal fans. From October 6 to 13 at 5 p.m., Rising Hell and Slain: Back From Hell can be picked up.

The first free game of theEpic Games Store presents itself as a vertically scrolling title taking the form of a rogue-lite with rather shimmering pixels. It is based on the action of gothic heavy metal riffs, boss fights against gigantic ancient demons such as Dagon, Beelzebub and several game modes (Campaign and Challenge) both offering specific leaderboards.

Slain: Back From Hell also draws inspiration from heavy metal. More arcade-oriented, the free EGS game puts you in the shoes of Bathoryn, a damned hero in a gothic world seeking to free six cursed worlds from the grip of murderous overlords. On the program, close combat that wants to be demanding, a soundtrack interpreted by Curt Victor Bryant, ex-member of Celtic Frost and 6 hours of chaos and gore with metal inspirations.

What are the next free EGS games?

What about next week? Rising Hell and Slain: Back From Hell will be replaced by ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!. A rogue-like adventure adapted from the iconic 90s duo of the Mega Drive era. A return that had been judged old-fashioned in our columns. It indeed resumes its gameplay of the time without really bringing modernity.

It will clearly not be the free game Epic Games Store the most memorable. It remains to be seen whether it will be accompanied by a second gift or not. Anyway, it will be available from October 13 to 20, always at 5 p.m.

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