Another pair of games is now free for the week on the Epic Games Store: The 2D combat-racer Speed Brawl, and Tharsis, a turn-based sci-fi strategy game with dice and cannibalism. That's a compelling hook, so we'll start there. Tharsis is about a manned mission to Mars, spurred by the...
You might not recognize these names, but they’re worth a look, doubly so while they’re free. In our continuing claim-free-stuff adventures, we’ve got two games up for grabs on the Epic Games Store this week: Speed Brawl, an intriguing 2D “combat-racer,” and Tharsis, a dice-fueled trip to Mars. You have until September 23 to claim them, but what are they?
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Speed Brawl and Tharsis are free at Epic Games Store. The free game offers run until September 23 at 11 AM Eastern. Once you claim them, they’re yours to keep. Speed Brawl is a “2D combat-racer about moving fast and hitting hard! Maintain your momentum, build combos, and unleash powerful moves. Find your own fighting style, and assemble the best team of brawlers ever seen. Then do it all again faster.”
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Want to play awesome PC games for free without having to buy an expensive gaming rig?. This GFN Thursday takes a look at the 90+ free-to-play PC games — including this week’s Fortnite Season 8 release and the Epic Games Store free game of the week, Speed Brawl, free to claim Sept. 16-23 — all streaming on GeForce NOW.
Speed Brawl and Tharsis are the games that Epic is giving away to players for the next few days. In its strategy of promoting its platform based on free games to the whole world, Epic Games brings a new batch of titles to download without paying a penny. From now on, users of the Epic store will be able to get Speed Brawl and Tharsis totally free: two totally different installments that will entertain more than one player with their 2D combat and space strategy proposals.
The Epic Games Store gives out free games on a weekly basis, and the program will run through at least 2021. Every Thursday at the same time--8 AM PT / 11 AM ET--Epic gives up between one and three free games. You merely need to create a free Epic account and enable two-factor authentication to start snagging freebies. At this point, Epic has given away well over 100 free games, and there's no sign that the program will stop any time soon. We keep this article up to date weekly to highlight both the current free games and next week's offerings.