Last updated on December 17th, 2022 at 02:01 pm
The Epic Games Store is offering the classic FPS game ‘Wolfenstein: The New Order’ for free.
Epic Games Korea (CEO Park Seong-cheol) announced on the 3rd that it will provide Wolfenstein: The New Order, the third free masterpiece game, for free until June 9 as part of the Epic Mega Sale.
The Epic Mega Sale starts on the 20th of last month and runs until the 16th of June, during which time, masterpiece games are provided free of charge to Epic Games Store users. Borderlands 3 and BioShock: The Collection have been free for the past two weeks as free masterpieces, and this week Wolfenstein: The New Order was chosen.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is the sequel to Wolfenstein 3D, the masterpiece of FPS creator John Carmack. Following the previous work that tells various occult stories set in World War II, it is an alternative history film that applies the worldview in which Nazi Germany won. to be. The series tells the story of the protagonist, OSA agent BJ Blazkowitz, fighting the Nazis dominating Europe. It also supports realistic graphics and various actions using super weapons.
Wolfenstein: The New Order led the revival of the Wolfenstein series by establishing a unique worldview, and it is a work that follows the direction of the series by adopting an alternative historical genre. It was praised for reviving the Wolfenstein series by properly combining the modern FPS system based on the classic FPS and the very depth of the background without losing the action.
Meanwhile, during the Epic Mega Sale period, including Far Cry 6 (50%) and Ghostwire: Tokyo (34%), the first discount offered, Tiny Tina’s Wonderland (20%), Final Fantasy VII Remake (29%), From the latest games such as Dying Light 2: Stay Human (10%) to various indie games, you can find them at a discount of up to 75%.
In addition, Epic Games Store users can receive unlimited Epic Gift Certificates that can receive an additional 25% discount during the ‘Epic Mega Sale’ period. Epic gift vouchers that can be used for event-targeted games can be used for a single game or when the total amount of games in the shopping cart is 15,000 won or more.
Park Seong-cheol, CEO of Epic Games Korea, said, “Thank you for your great interest and support for Borderlands 3 and BioShock: The Collection, which were previously released for free. “I am happy to be able to do this,” he said. “We hope that many people will enjoy Wolfenstein: The New Order, which is also the work that led to the revival of the series after Wolfenstein 3D, the masterpiece of FPS creator John Carmack. The last free masterpiece to be released next week. I hope you look forward to the game as well.”
For more information about the third free game, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and the Epic Mega Sale, visit the Epic Games Store website.
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