This week, the free games are Moonlighter and This War of Mine.
At the moment, you can grab This War of Mine and Moonlighter, and judging by Epic's choices lately, I believe that are yet to see wonderful titles here!
Cloud saves allow players to upload their in-game save data to an online storage system, which means game progress can be picked up at any time on another platform.
If you are a professional gamer and then Epic has just announced something very special for you all.
An Epic representative confirmed the first two titles to support the feature are Moonlighter and This War of Mine, both of which are now free to download as part of the store's weekly free game promotion.
Epic Games continues its aggressive marketing strategy to thrive in the digital video game market. This is similar to the free games with gold that Xbox Live members enjoy.
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On the other hand, hang in there, because next week, the Epic Games Store will release the heavy artillery.
For the Standard Edition, the price of purchasing characters is decreased dramatically, which lessens the grind for players early on, to whereas the Starter Version is more like a glorified demo, with higher-priced heroes to compensate for the lack of an initial purchase.
Alan Wake also makes his way to the Epic Game Store starting on Aug 2. This War of Mine was released back in 2014.
From 2 August, both titles will be available without cost via the Epic Games Store.
The game revolves around an author named Alan Wake who is struggling to write his next big novel.
The week after the games up for grabs, which one again are two titles, are Alan Wake and For Honor.