The Epic Games Store offers a new free game while also confirming two more free games that fans can expect to claim next week.
Kodoani.com – With the Epic Mega sale over, our free mystery game promotion Epic Games Store finished and it’s back to normal. This means that while Epic Games Store users no longer have mystery games to look forward to, they still have free games they can claim weekly – they just need to know in advance what they’re getting. Every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. CT, the Epic Games Store rolls out new free-to-play games, while also showing fans what they can expect for free downloads next week.
Current free game of Epic Games Store is Supraland, currently available until June 23 at 10:00 a.m. CT. Supraland, for starters, is a first-person puzzle/adventure game where players explore large open environments and solve puzzles to enhance the story. It’s a unique indie game and one that’s definitely worth a try for those who haven’t played it yet.
Then on June 23, Epic Games Store users have two free games to look forward to, Game of Thrones: The Board Game Digital Edition and Car Mechanic Simulator 2018. A Game of Thrones: Board Game Digital Edition is exactly what it looks like. its sound; It’s the online version of Game of Thrones. Likewise, Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 is a game that simulates the work of a car mechanic.
Epic Games Free Game Store June 2022
Supraland (June 16 – June 23)
A Game of Thrones: The Board Game Digital Edition (June 23 – June 30)
Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 (June 23 – June 30)
Both A Game of Thrones: The Board Game Digital Edition and Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 are pretty niche titles, but that’s to be expected. Epic Games Store free mystery games are higher profile games than those typically offered by the Epic Games Store launcher, and since that promotion has ended, EGS users can expect wait for free games mostly indie releases and older titles.
We know that Epic Games Store free games will continue throughout 2022 and the end of the year will most likely see the return of free mystery game ads. Epic wants to bring back mystery games to help drive its massive sales, and often has an end-of-year sale that includes a countdown that resembles a calendar of adventures full of free games. Epic has been doing this for years now, and there’s no reason to assume things will change in 2022.