Epic Games Store May Give Away Two More Major Titles

Joanna Estrada
May 25, 2020

Following last week's launch of GTA 5, it looks like the Epic Games Store is continuing to bring the heavy hitters for its summer releases. Today, however, the fervor might be a little more subdued, unless Gandhi gets his damn nukes again. Epic Games' free titles are offered as a lifetime free game, so users who do not own a gaming PC at the moment can still choose to get the game for free now, and download or play at a later time.

Sid Meier's Civilization VI gameplay involves expanding your civilisation by focusing on civil, political and military expansions. The mega-publisher just recently announced a massive year-long season pass for the game, which goes for $39.99, on top of the existing "Platinum Upgrade" that has prior DLC packs in tow. In this latest game, players are given "new ways to interact with your world, expand your empire across the map, advance your culture, and compete against history's greatest leaders to build a civilization that will stand the test of time". You can create one by going to the official 2K website.

The latest instalment of the hugely popular turn-based strategy 4X game series is quite the heavy-hitter.

This week's new free Epic Games Store game has been revealed, and it might not be surprising if you've been paying attention to the rumor mill.

Civilization VI is now receiving the free "mystery game" treatment for a week and will be available for download until May 28. According to a leak posted to Reddit almost a week ago, we may have a good idea.

That's all for this week, but make sure to check back in next Thursday to see which hit game Epic is giving away next. Grand Theft Auto V was the first on the list, but anyone could have simply made up the other three for some of the sweet, sweet karma. So, that being the case, while we are still rather cautious about treating the rest of this leak as gospel, if it is correct, the next freebie arriving on May 28 will be Borderlands: The Handsome Collection.

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