Updated December 12, 2021 at 12:47 p.m.
- Every day, for 15 days, a new PC game is free: Gifts will be distributed at the Epic Games Store before Christmas Eve.
- The site confirmed the previously released leak with its Christmas campaign.
- Initially the full version of “Shenmue 3” is free.
Christmas is a time of gifts! But only partners, family and friends place gifts under the Christmas tree Epic Games Store There is already a festive mood. A leak has been haunting the gaming landscape for a few days: Epic has now confirmed that the operating system is closed Christmas Games will be offered again.
Since Thursday, December 16, users have been able to click on a new PC game on their account every day – completely free. A total of 15 new games will be offered as part of the campaign. Titles will be implemented on stage at 5 p.m. Interested parties can save the respective free game within 24 hours before switching to the new game.
It starts with the action adventure of “Shenmue 3” and can be added to your own account at no extra cost until 5pm on Friday afternoons.
Epic Games: The Christmas campaign has a long tradition
Epic has not yet released what the next free title will be. Only one little information from the stage: it will be a “mysterious game” – in the truest sense of the word.
This is not the first time Epic has offered games for Christmas. Already in 2019 and 2020, there were plenty of free platform games around the festive season. Last year they added titles like “Metro 2033”, “Jurassic World Evolution” and “Alien: Isolation”. Even outside of the Christmas campaign, the site continues to offer free games. For example, players were recently able to defend the action roll-flaming game “Godfall” and the building game “Prison Architect”.
Just before Christmas, a new sales platform was launched with discounts of ten to 95 percent on over 1,300 games and add-ons. Additional discounts are also possible through vouchers. (thp)
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