The Epic Games Store has revealed its batch of free-to-claim titles for the next week. Dead by Daylight and while True: learn() are the two games that will be free to download between December 2-9.
Dead by Daylight is horror multiplayer game developed by Behaviour Interactive and sees a group of players working together to take out a single boss opponent. Released in 2016, the game has received a ton of post-launch support and continues to grow from strength to strength. while True: learn() is less of a game, and more of an educational tool that uses its mechanics to help people learn more about AI and machine learning technologies.
Epic Games has been raking in millions of users for its digital storefront with its freebie tactics, and as of now, it has more than 160 million users. The gaming giant is keen on scaling up as well and has recently acquired Rock Band developer Harmonix in an effort to make music a more integral and active aspect of its incredibly popular free-to-play battle royale Fortnite.