Every Thursday, the Epic Games Store updates its list of free game offers, giving users a new batch of titles to add to their digital libraries, while simultaneously pulling the curtain on what’s to come next week. Like free games from Epic Games Store are available once a week, the launcher has technically revealed the first freebies that users will be able to claim in December 2021.
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First, there are three free games from Epic Games Store available for users to claim right now. From now until November 25, users of Epic Games Store can claim Guild of Dungeoneering, KID A MNESIA EXHIBITION and Never Alone. Of these, Never Alone is arguably the headliner as it won several awards at the time of its original release a few years ago, but all three games are completely free anyway, so users of Epic Games Store should make sure to add them all to their collection.
The aforementioned free games from Epic Games Store will be available for users to claim until November 25, when they will be replaced by two different offers. Until December 2, users of Epic Games Store podem reivindicar o Antstream – Epic Welcome Pack e theHunter: Call of the Wild.
List of free games from Epic Games Store
Dungeon Guild (until November 25th)
KID MNESIA EXHIBITION (until 25 November)
Never Alone (until November 25th)
Antstream – Epic Welcome Pack (25 November to 2 December)
theHunter: Call of the Wild (25 Nov to 2 Dec)
Antstream is technically free to play, but players must use microtransactions to fully interact with the 1000+ arcade games available. The Epic Welcome Pack gives Antstream players 1,090 Gems to spend on Antstream, with players being able to spend the Gems in games or participating in tournaments. Gems are also used to unlock Antstream’s turn-based PvP mode against friends or online randoms.
Meanwhile, theHunter: Call of the Wild is a hunting game experience that is making its debut in Epic Games Store as a free game. It was released a few years ago, and while it hasn’t exactly received the highest critical scores, it has found a dedicated fan base within its niche. It’s one of the most relevant hunting games released in recent years, so fans of the genre should definitely consider giving it a try when it’s free on the Epic Games Store next week.
December is an especially interesting month for the Epic Games Store, as the service has had Advent Calendar Mystery Games in the past, counting down during the holidays and New Years. Something similar is likely to happen this year, although specific plans have not been announced. Fans will likely have to wait until December 2, if not a week later, to find out if the special holiday promotion from Epic Games Store is coming back.
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