Epic Games has 2 new free games this week!

Last Updated Date: November 3, 2022 - 08:03

The Epic Games Store is once again offering several games for free. 2 new games for free this week for strategy game lovers

Last Updated Date: November 3, 2022 - 08:03
Epic Games has 2 new free games this week!

If you haven’t secured the two free games available on the Epic Games Store, you’ll have to hurry. Saturnalia and Warhammer 40K: Mechanicus are free to date, after 5 pm you will be asked to pay again for the two games. What exactly awaits you with Epic gifts, you will find out in the following lines. By the way, later Filament and Rising Storm 2: Vietnam will be free.

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus is a top-notch turn-based strategy game set in XCOM, but set in the Warhammer 40k universe. You take control of a small power of the Empire and explore a newly discovered planet.

Saturnalia launches just in time for Halloween, the survival horror adventure will launch exclusively on the Epic Store on October 27 and will be free for a week. You discover a picturesque and spooky village in the middle of nowhere.

As always, the offer is valid for exactly one week, so you can get the games until November 3 at 5pm CEST.

What is Saturnalia?

Saturnalia will be released simultaneously with the launch of the free offer. So in the end we can’t say how good the survival horror is. According to the trailer, Saturnalia is definitely one thing: Graphically, it’s out of the ordinary. You don’t see the painterly style in video games every day, but on video it looks really stylish!

You play as a group of people trying to escape from a remote village where ancient rituals are held. When your entire team dies, the portals change and the ghost begins again. Not much more is known about Studio Santa Ragione’s project yet.

What you can expect from Warhammer 40,000 Mechanicus:

The list of really good Warhammer 40k games is not that long. It’s even more gratifying when a game like Mechanicus is included again! The gameplay resembles the turn-based strategy from the XCOM games, but it’s not that hard. So you control a small company of soldiers, you use cover and at best you try to pass by your opponents.

Mechanicus is very popular on Steam: With 92 percent positive reviews, developer Bulwark Studios can hardly complain.

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