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Epic Games Would Keep Rolling Out Weekly Free Games

Epic Games Would Keep Rolling Out Weekly Free Games

Epic Games has been known for famously conveying computer games for nothing. It has even given out various triple-A game titles like GTA 5, Watch Dogs 2 and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Epic Games has recently uncovered that it will keep offering weekly free games in 2022. It has likewise uncovered that it gave out a sum of 765 million free games a year ago.

Epic declared this news in its 2021 Year in Review for the Epic Games Store. To review, Epic Games’ week by week Free Games drive was started off in 2021, and presently the organization has reported that it won’t close the drive, and on second thought will proceed with it in 2022 too. This news sent the organization’s fanbase into a free for all, who took to different web-based media stages to impart the news to their loved ones.

Aside from this, the organization likewise uncovered that 2021 was a very decent year for it, with clients spending more than $840 million on its customer facing facade consistently. More than $300 million of the cash gathered was spent on outsider games.

All through 2021, Epic Games disseminated a sum of 89 free games, whose 765 million duplicates were asserted. This generally approximates to $2,120 worth of free games were guaranteed by a normal player during the year.

The greatest games that Epic Games appropriated for nothing in its customer facing facade were Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade, Hitman 3, GTA 5, Far Cry 6, Chivalry 2, Darkest Dungeon 2, Fortnite, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Rocket League, and Genshin Impact. We anticipate that the organization should up the anty this year, and could likewise see different stores like Steam begin offering free games in their stores.

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