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Epic Games Store: Today’s Free Mystery Game

Get your next free game on the Epic Games Store today. However: unlike in previous weeks, the download platform does not reveal the full version that you will be giving away this time. On the site and in the player there is only Countdown preparedwhich counts down to 5 p.m. – the usual time in Unlocks a free game On the Epic Games Store. Until then, users will have to be patient to find out the title behind the “mysterious game”.

A leak had already surfaced in advance that reported a new 15-day campaign and 15 games launched on the Epic Games Store in time for Christmas. Users remember: last year the platform attracted a similar campaign. Therefore, it is unlikely that the store collected a gift or two during the last few days of 2021. The leak comes from the “Bilbel Con” website that gives information on the French bargain site deals Posted. If the information is correct, the file Shenmue 3 full version for free Get it from the Epic Games Store.

15 days, 15 free games?

Unlike usual, it seems that you only have 24 hoursTo link the full version to your account. Then the game view changes. If Billbil-kun is correct, a different game will be distributed every day on the Epic Games Store until December 30th. Details of more free games are not available yet. The user is no stranger: in the past few months he has been correctly anticipating the respective PS Plus lineups time and time again. It is not clear where the user gets his information from. We’ll find out at 5 PM if he hit the mark this time too, when the new free game is activated. Until then, you can still lock Godfall in Challenger and Prison Architect Edition for free.

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