Please tell us how the Epic Games Store compares to Steam. But it’s hard to beat playing a new free game every week. Last week, Epic Games gave us three games. Iratus: Lord of the Dead, Hood: Outlaws and Legends, Geneforge 1 – Mutagen. But if you need a break from roguelikes and medieval battles, now is the time to do something else.
To get one of these on the Epic Games Store, simply visit: Epic Games Store Free Games page. You’ll need an Epic Games account to claim titles and an Epic Games software client to play games, but both are free.
Trading is currently active and runs until July 14th at 11am EST. . After that, the company can use other free games.
Is it worth the time?
Epic Games seems to be offering several free titles recently. In terms of this week’s choices, Ancient Enemy is an RPG/card game and Killing Floor 2 is a horror-themed multiplayer shooter.
Ancient Enemy’s card game mechanics are a spin on Solitaire. This means that the gameplay proceeds at a comfortable pace. It also has a decent soundtrack to set the mood and stories to tell. This game isn’t groundbreaking, but it’s a great way to spend an afternoon or weekend. It’s especially good if you’re not interested in complex games like Elden Ring, but crave a bit of RPG comfort food. Ancient Enemy has a critic score of 73/100 from critics. Metacritic .
If you remember Left 4 Dead, Killing Floor 2 has a similar vibe. Team up with up to 12 other players to defeat Zeds to survive the zombie apocalypse in the heart of Europe. The game can be repetitive, but it’s perfect for a few brutal monster slaughter action with a group of friends. There’s also a good sense of progress, with plenty of opportunities to upgrade your gear for better chances in the next round. On Metacritic the game has a score of 75/100 from critics and 7.2/10 from users.