Epic Games has announced its next free titles for the upcoming week. The acclaimed simulation RPG Shop Titans and multiplayer first-person shooter Tannenberg will be available to keep on Epic Games Store starting from the 21st of June. Do note that it is not a limited-time free-to-play offer, it is a free-to-own offer which means players can keep them in their library forever.
Developed by BlackMill Games, Tannenberg is a team-based, multiplayer shooter game set in World War I. The game has a historical feel with its well-designed weapons, equipment, and costumes. Tannenberg was first released on Steam back in 2019 after its two-year early access period. In it, players can team up with their friends to battle it out against real enemies. Also, there are three modes called Rifle Deathmatch, Attrition Warfare, and Maneuver, taking players on different adventures in the 20th century.
Shop Titans is an ultimate RPG in which players take on the role of a shop owner rolling up their sleeves to make more money. Besides a wide arrange of customization options for your character and shop, you can craft numerous items such as guns, shields, and swords. Moreover, you can bring heroes with unique abilities together to fight against monsters and obtain new materials to craft valuable items.
Do not forget to take your free copies of Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms and Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap
In case you forgot, grab your free copies of Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms and Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap until June 21 before giving their place to the next two games. Based on the groundbreaking RPG Dungeons&Dragons, Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realm is basically a strategy management game, allowing players to spend hours in it by completing different levels of adventures.
Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap, on the other hand, is an action platformer game with pretty-looking animations and a unique art style. The adventure thriller will take you on a drastic journey in which you, as a cursed monstrosity, will seek a cure to return to your old life.
Epic Games has been giving away at least two games every week. In addition to a slew of beloved indie games, players sometimes can grab AAA titles at no cost. To keep the gaming platform engaging and attract new players, Epic developed this type of business model in which publishers bring their titles on the platform for a certain fee.