Free PC Games: These are your free titles from the Epic store this week_1

Epic Store will be giving away two free games. I wonder for how long we’ll be getting two weekly freebies? Anywho, Kingdom Come: Deliverance and Aztez will be available from 13 to 20 February.


Last week’s freebies were Carcassonne and Ticket to Ride. Read more about it here.

Available from Epic Games from 13 to 20 February

Kingdom Come: Deliverance


Kingdom Come: Deliverance – which was developed by Warhorse Studios and published by Deep Silver back in 2016 – is a story-driven open-world RPG that immerses you in an epic adventure in the Holy Roman Empire.


Your mission, which you’ll have no choice but to accept, is to avenge your parents’ death as you battle invading forces and go on “game-changing quests”.


The massive and very realistic open world is packed to the brim with majestic castles and vast fields, and you’ll be able to choose your weapons and execute dozens of uniques combos while battling.

Watch: Kingdom Come: Deliverance gameplay trailer


This game contains mature content recommended only for ages 18 and older.


Keep in mind, though, that every action you take in this wide-open world will influence the reactions of NPCs around you. It’s up to you whether you want to fight, steal, seduce, threaten, persuade or bribe.


It’s a great game. But hey, you don’t have to take my word for it. T.J. Hafer from IGN Africa says there a “shining suit of mail underneath [the game’s] authentically medieval grime”.


“Strong characters and storytelling, one of my favourite first-person melee combat systems ever, and special attention given to building moment-to-moment immersion come together as a mighty alloy that ranks among the most unique, memorable RPGs I’ve played in years”. T.J. Hafer, IGN Africa

Aztez


Aztez was developed and also published by Team Colorblind back in August 2017. It’s a “unique hybrid of beat-em-up-and-turn-based strategy, set in the world of the Aztec Empire”.


You get to choose your fights in this one-of-a-kind game, but choose wisely because you’ll have limited deployments. Are you ready to change the course of history?

Watch: Aztez trailer


Nick Valdez from Destructoid gives Aztez a 9 out of 10 and describes it as “cool, brutal, and a masochistic amount of fun,” while Nate Hohl from GameCrate says:


“Aztez may not be for everyone, but if you’re looking for a game that brings two distinct genres together in a very compelling and unique manner, it’s definitely worth checking out”. 
Nate Hohl, GameCrate

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Carcassonne and Ticket To Ride


Carcassonne – which was developed and published by Asmodee Digital back in 2017 – is the official adaption of the much-loved eponymous board game.


Moreover, it is a modern classic tile-placement game based in which the players draw and place a tile with a piece of southern French landscape on it. 


Ticket to Ride was developed by Days of Wonder and published by Asmodee Digital. Furthermore, it’s a multi-party strategy game based on a board game of the same name.


Go on a railway adventure and link cities in the game in order to reach your destination. There are several add-ons available, for the following locations: Europe, UK, France, Pennsylvania and Germany.