This Popular Multiplayer Game Is Totally Free to Play on Epic Games Store
A new batch of free games has been added to the Epic Games Store’s catalogue. When it comes to Epic’s storefront, this week’s lineup is stronger than usual because one of the most popular multiplayer games released in recent years is included, making it a more robust rotation than usual.
Dead by Daylight and True: learn () have been added to the Epic Games Store’s free-to-play list starting today and lasting until December 9. It’s notable that Dead by Daylight, a 4v1 survival game that still has a sizable following, is now available for free. True: learn () on the other hand, is a puzzle game that gives players a chance to put their brains to the test.
In addition to this week’s rotation of free games, Epic has now announced what will be available on this date in the future. Godfall: Challenger Edition will soon be available for free download on EGS, just like PlayStation Plus for December. Starting on December 9th and lasting until December 16th, Prison Architect will be available for free download.
If you haven’t heard of these two new free games from the Epic Games Store, we’ve provided a brief description of each one for your convenience.
Dead by Daylight
One player assumes the role of the savage Killer, while the other four players take on the role of Survivors, attempting to flee the Killer and evade capture, torture, and death. Survivors play in third-person, which gives them a better sense of where they’re going. The Killer plays in first-person and focuses more on their prey than other characters. While it may seem like an easy task to escape the Killing Ground and avoid being captured by the Killer, this isn’t always the case because the environment changes every time you play the game.
while True: Learn ()
In contrast, while True: learn () is a puzzle/simulation game about even more puzzling things, such as machine learning and neural networks, big data, and artificial intelligence. It’s also about getting to know your cat. A coder discovers that their cat is extremely talented at coding, but not so adept at communicating with humans. To build a cat-to-human speech recognition system, this coder (it’s you!) must learn everything there is to know about machine learning and visual programming.