Epic Games Store announces next week’s free titles

Two games will be available via storefront from November 17

Epic Games Store has revealed next week’s run of free titles, with both Evil Dead: The Game and RPG Dark Deity up for grabs.

Shortly after Epic launched its own storefront in 2018, the company has continued a tradition of offering select games free of charge on a weekly basis. Previous releases include Tannenberg, Shop Titans, Total War: Warhammer and Borderlands 3.

Evil Dead: The Game came out in May on PCPS4PS5Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. In a three-star review, NME called it “a messy but impressively faithful 4v1 horror game”, adding: “Evil Dead fans will get a huge kick out of the sheer volume of homages and straight-up recreations of classic scenes.”

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Dark Deity, meanwhile, was quietly released by publisher Freedom Games in June 2021.

The turn-based tactics RPG – which was heavily inspired by Fire Emblem  – allows gamers to develop their party of heroes by choosing upgrade paths and abilities. Each squad member has a distinct personality and will form bonds with other party members.

Evil Dead: The Game and Dark Deity will be available for free for a limited period from next Thursday (November 17). Before that, fans can pick up Alba: A Wildlife Adventure and Shadow Tactics: Blades Of The Shogun at no charge.

In other news, it was recently confirmed that Kerbal Space Program 2 will finally launch into early access on February 24, 2023 following numerous delays.

The follow-up to Intercept Games‘ hugely popular space-flight simulation title is due to arrive on PC via Steam, the Epic Games Store and other storefronts.

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