Celeste, Inside Free Next Week on Epic Games Store

The critically acclaimed platformers are available from August 29th to September 5th on the store.

Posted By | On 23rd, Aug. 2019

Celeste

Polytron Corporation’s indie platforming adventure Fez is the latest free title on the Epic Games Store. If you have the Epic Games Launcher, you can add it to your library and keep it forever. The offer is valid until August 29th.

Next week will see the return of two free games on the Epic Games Store and they’re quite the selection. Matt Makes Games’ Celeste and Playdead’s Inside will be available from August 29th to September 5th. Both games are critically acclaimed platformers, the former focusing on difficult timing-based challenges while the latter is more atmospheric puzzle-solving.

Celeste will especially be worth checking out since it has some free DLC coming out. Dubbed “Chapter 9”, it sports new songs and over 100 new levels along with its own storyline. There’s no release window yet but hopefully we’ll here more before the year is out. Stay tuned for more information in the meantime.


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