If you are a gamer – or just visit the Cheapskate sites from time to time – you probably know that Epic Games offers at least one free game every Thursday. This week, Epic is donating two games plus a third bonus title. And oh man, what a reward it is: Just 24 hours, you can get a free All Saga of War: Troy just released. This is a top notch game that will cost you $ 50 this time tomorrow.
As always, once you have downloaded any or all of these games, they are yours to keep forever. For others below, you will need to apply before Thursday, August 20th. This is when they are replaced by Enter Gungeon and Trigger of God.
You have until August 14 at 6 a.m. PT (3 a.m.) – which is tomorrow morning – to grab this brand new game for free. This is part of the Total War franchise, so I look forward to seeing its thrilling combination of strategy based on real-time turn and tactics, with stunning visuals and a laser-like focus on a specific moment in the story and characters that formed it.
The world has been thrown into chaos by an ancient evil from another dimension. As one of the last remnants of humanity, you must set out alone or together with two other survivors to face hordes of deadly enemies to regain what you lost. This is the premise of this third-person survival action shooter set in a predominantly post-apocalyptic world dominated by monstrous creatures.
Our friends at GameSpot said this: “For the most part, the experiment is a success, resulting in a deeply satisfying fight against creative and challenging enemies.” You can read an in-depth review of the remnant: By grace from our friends at GameSpot.
Try your hand at a charming adventurous game with one player. Across the endless desert and at the top of an alpine expanse two waiting trips, full of courses created by the procedure for snow or sandboard adventures.
This article is regularly updated with the free games of the current week.
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