It’s about a week left until Gift Mass Day. I think everyone is panicking about what to do to repeat their friends, loved ones, and villains, but what’s the harm of buying a little treat yourself? The Epic Games Store holiday sale begins today, offering new free games for the next 15 days, in addition to the usual numerous store-wide transactions.Your first gift is City: Skyline, There will be more in the next two weeks.
The Epic Games Store holds weekly free rotations for holidays Announced last week They are giving out new free games every day for 15 days starting today. Only available on the day of arrival. If you want to charge all 15, you will need to log in to the Epic Store daily for the next two weeks.
It’s one way to make sure people are checking in for your holiday sale. Another way is to make a deal that is worth checking out. Therefore, there seems to be a lot of bargains on the sale. At the time of writing Holiday sale page Is throwing a big old 404, but the Epic homepage shows quite a few well-known discounts, including 40% off. Star Wars: Squadron, 60% off Rainbow Six: Siege Strangely certain 17% discount Assassin’s Creed: Valhara..
Like last year, Epic is also putting in a $ 10 coupon to use for whatever you like. These are claimed by buying for sale or by getting a free game, but some can be earned by getting a “target title” priced at $ 14.99 or higher. Several new filters have been added to the store to narrow down the games for which these discount cards are available.
City: Skyline Add to library for free Until tomorrow afternoon, at that point Epic will offer a new free game.It’s not officially known what’s planned for the rest of the month, but Cities’ debut disproves one. Previous leak Suggests that the likes of The witcher 3, Horizon Zero Dawn And Hitman 2..
So we are still in the dark about what will come in the next two weeks. Really, that’s even better – you don’t have to shake the box to figure out what’s in here. I hope the Epic website will last long enough to grab them.
Correction: Earlier versions of this post have drawn the conclusion that Cities: Skylines is part of the list of leaked free games and therefore the leak is accurate. Of course, Cities: Skylines isn’t covered much in the leak, so I can’t read it. My bad.