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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:42pm 30/08/19 | 0 Comments
The Epic Games store in and of itself has become a controversial talking point when it comes to PC gaming of late, due to the whole exclusivity stuff with several high profile releases. But as the storefront slowly (and we mean slowly) adds functionality and features - it's quietly ramped up its free game program with some excellent tiles.

With two great indie games currently up for grabs - the platforming brilliance of Celeste and the platforming brilliance (and very different) Inside. Both titles are available for the low price of zilch until September 5 - and you can grab them both here.

Epic is currently rotating it's free stuff on a weekly basis - offering two titles at a time. Next week will see The End is Nigh and ABZU go free. Again, two excellent offerings.

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