Epic Games Store’s latest slate of free games is now available. If you have an Epic Games account, you can claim Frictional Games’ Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Butterscotch Shenanigans’ Crashlands till May 7th. You’ll need the Epic Games Launcher to install and play them.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent, which released in 2010, is one of the premiere first person horror games, with tense psychological horror and a mysterious story. Frictional Games is working on a sequel called Amnesia: Rebirth, which releases this year, so playing the first game is definitely a good way to get caught up. As for Crashlands, it’s an action-adventure RPG with crafting mechanics and base-building as you struggle to survive on an alien planet.
Next week’s free title will be Death Coming, a puzzle game from NExT Studios. it sees players controlling the Grim Reaper and causing the deaths of many people with common every-day objects. Epic Games has also confirmed that Two Factor Authentication will be necessary to claim free games from May 21st, so make sure to set that up beforehand.