Epic Games will give away two games, including Ancient Enemy and Killing Floor 2, for free on July 7. Until July 7, you can still add the previous week’s free games, Geneforge 1 – Mutagen, Hood: Outlaws & Legends, and Iratus: Lord of the Dead, to your library. Here is everything you need to know.
Epic Games has continued to give away free games each week since 2018. Although the majority of these free games are relatively small or developed by indie developers, we saw some AAA games that were given away by Epic Games, such as Star Wars Battlefront II, Metro Last Night Redux, Control, GTA V, and so on. The Epic Games Store has announced that these freebies will continue until at least the end of 2022. So, players continue to grab their free games each Thursday until the end of this year.
The previous week, on June 30, Epic Games made three games free, including Geneforge 1 – Mutagen, Hood: Outlaws & Legends, and Iratus: Lord of the Dead. Geneforge 1 – Mutagen is a remake of an open-ended fantasy RPG, where you will be a wizard with the great power to create life, called Shapers. Developed by Sumo Digital and published by Focus Entertainment, Hood: Outlaws & Legends is an action-adventure game where you try to steal treasures in a violent medieval world. Iratus: Lord of the Dead is a turn-based tactical RPG that takes place in a dark fantasy universe. You can add these games to the Epic Games library for free until July 7.
Ancient Enemy and Killing Floor 2 Will Be Available For Free on July 7
On July 7, the Epic Games Store will give away two video games: Ancient Enemy and Killing Floor 2. Developed and published by Grey Alien Games, Ancient Enemy is a turn-based tactical RPG card battler indie game. The game is set in a world where evil forces have already won the war. But you can change that curse by using your tactical intelligence and the ability to spell. Ancient Enemy offers solitaire-style tactical turn-based combat with an atmospheric environment.
Killing Floor 2 is the other game that will be free on Epic Games on July 7. It is a first-person horror shooter game where you can play with your friends in 6-player co-op mode or 12-player vs. Zed-slaughtering mayhem mode. Zeds are horrific murderous clones that were created by Horizone Cooperation. You’ll be the last hope of the European continent after Zeds overrun the continent.
Epic Games users will be able to grab Ancient Enemy and Killing Floor 2 for free until June 14. Meanwhile, Geneforge 1 – Mutagen, Hood: Outlaws & Legends, and Iratus: Lord of the Dead are still available for free until June 7 on the Epic Games Store.
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