The next free Epic Games Store titles have been revealed, which will be free between May 12 and May 19.
Arkane’s Prey and Jotun: Valhalla Edition will be free to download from the Epic Games Store from May 12 to 19. Epic Games Store previously offered Prey free for 24 hours in December 2021, while the game Jotun action explorations were released in December 2019. They will replace the Terraforming Mars title, which is currently free to download until May 12.
The Epic Games Store gave away 89 free games last year, down from 103 free games in 2020, for a total of $2,120. According to Epic, which released Unreal Engine 5 last month, users have claimed over 765 million free games by 2021. Sony recently invested an additional $1 billion in Epic, the company announced. completed a new round of funding in April.
Prey is a first-person shooter video game developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. The game was released worldwide on May 5, 2017, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game takes place in a completely different timeline from the original version. Players will take control of Morgan Yu while exploring the Talos I space station, in orbit around the Earth and Moon L2, where they are part of a scientific team that researches Typhon, a hostile alien force. includes many forms with both physical and psychic powers, such as transforming into a replica of any inanimate object.
Jotun Vahalla Edition
Jotun is an action adventure game developed by Canadian studio Thunder Lotus Games. The game was released for Windows, macOS, and Linux on September 29, 2015. The Wii U version was released on September 8, 2016, while the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions were released on September 9. 2016.
The story is about Thora, a Viking woman who has just died. After an unjust death, she must travel across the kingdoms to defeat Jotunn, the giant elements of nature, chaos, and power… This will allow her to impress the gods and enter Valhalla. After defeating the plant giant Jera, the lightning giant Hagalaz, the ice giant Isa, the fire giant Kaunan, and the warrior giant Fé, she fought against Odin and was promoted to Vahalla.
When escaping from Typhon’s captivity, the player uses a variety of weapons and abilities acquired from Typhon to avoid being killed while trying to escape the station. Players gain access to areas of the station by acquiring key items and abilities, ultimately allowing the player to explore the station in an open-world setting. The game combines elements of role-playing video games, stealth games, role-playing simulations and Metroidvanias in its design.
The PlayStation publisher already has a small stake in Epic, having previously invested $450 million in the Fortnite maker. KIRKBI, the holding and investment company behind the Lego group, also invested $1 billion in Epic in its latest funding round, designed to fuel the ambitions of companies in the gaming industry. Epic and Lego announced last month that they were joining forces “to shape the future of the metaverse to make it safe and fun for kids and families.”