Evil Dead: the game will be free to download next week

We’re sure you’re already familiar with the Epic Games Store. The digital market has proven to be a hit with PC gamers with the introduction of free games. Epic Games gives players a few free video game titles every week. These can range from all sorts of genres, from indies to big AAA releases. Either way, even if you don’t buy anything from the Epic Games Store, it’s worth creating a free account just to claim those free games every week. Once the game is free, you have one week to claim the title before it becomes a paid title again.

However, once you pick up the game, it’s yours forever. That said, we usually get notified about the next set of free games. This coming week we have two more titles to claim, Evil Dead: The Game and dark deity. Evil Dead: The Game is still a relatively new release, as it was originally released in May this year. Meanwhile, dark deity is a Tactical RPG title that was launched on June 15, 2021. Similarly, dark deity is a single-player experience, but you can join friends in Evil Dead: The Game.

With Evil Dead: The Game, the players work in two teams. Essentially, a group of players try to explore and loot items that seal a gap between worlds. Meanwhile, a group of demons seek to stop Ash and his friends from closing the portals. Currently, the game is $39.99 on the Epic Games Store, so if you’ve been watching this game, it might be worth the wait a bit longer. Likewise, you will also have a plethora of new players logging into the game when it becomes free to claim.

As mentioned, free games are offered every week. Today players can head to the Epic Games Store and claim two titles right now. The games currently featured for this week are Alba – A Wildlife Adventure and Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun. You can claim these games now, but note that the free offer ends November 17, 2022. Then that’s when Evil Dead: The Game and dark deity will take their place for players to claim. Luckily, we have a bit more information about Evil Dead: The Game, as you can check out our Before You Buy video coverage of the title below.

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