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These games are free next week

Once again, Epic Games has a free game for its users in Epic Games Store available. The game will be available for free for a week. Refers to theHunter: Call of the Wild.

Besides, there is now that Antstream’s ‘Epic Welcome Pack’ for Legacy Games as a gift. Add to it the full version and bundle up December 2, 2021 If you add it to your account, you can play it at any time via your account or access the contents of the Antstream package.

What are the new free games on the Epic Games Store?

As always, Administrators already have the following Administrators gifts Introduction, which users can look forward to next week. The next free title is the popular multiplayer horror game Died in broad daylight As well as a puzzle and simulation game While true: learn() – data scientist version.

Addresses between December 2 and 9, 2021 be available for free. If you secure the games to your library in time, you can still use them after the free period expires.

More gifts are planned for the Epic Games Store later this year

Epic Games would like to have at least one until the end of the year Full version per week give up to its users. In the past few months, several high-profile events have already been part of the campaign. These include titles such as Control, Rage 2, Jurassic World Evolution, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and A Plague Tale: Innocence or Between Us.

Cyberweek Sale has launched on the Epic Games Store

In line with Black Friday, the Downloads on Cyberweek im Epic Games Store opened. Until November 30, 2021, there are discounts of up to 75% on select games. Among them stands out like Hitman 3 for €23.99And Red Dead Redemption 2 for €29.99 or Far Cry 6 for 49.79 euros.

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