Download 15 Free PC Games, One Every Day, From the Epic Games Store Starting December 17

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Epic Games will be giving away a free game every day for 15 days from December 17. Each game offered by Epic Games will be available free to download for 24 hours. So players looking for new games to play this holiday season should check out Epic Games store from December 17.

Epic Games is no stranger to giving away free games. Heck, it gave away GTA V for free during the COVID-19 lockdown across the world. And the store routinely gives a game for free every week. Now to celebrate the holiday season, the game store is ramping up its free games giveaway for a 15 day marathon. The company also ran a similar promotion last year giving away 12 free games.

All you have to do is create a new Epic Games account for free, and the games will be yours to play. The first game under the giveaway will go live at 9:30PM on December 17 and remain available for download for 24 hours.

Additionally, Epic Games will also host its Holiday Sale where a number of games will be available at up to 75 per cent discount. As for the free games, there’s nothing confirmed and it will likely be a mix of indie titles and underrated and underappreciated games from yesteryears. Don’t expect Cyberpunk 2077 to be given away for free, mere days after its launch, bugs and glitches notwithstanding.

What games to expect from the 15 day giveaway?

Provided Epic will be following the same formula as last year, you may know what game is going to be available for free a day in advance. Last year, Epic Games gave away titles like Ape Out, Superhot, Celeste, Into the Breach and more. However, before the 15-day marathon giveaway begins, don’t forget to download the two games already available for free today – Pillars of Eternity: Definitive edition and Tyranny: Gold edition.

There are some tweets doing the rounds, however, that claim the list of free games have leaked out. And the particular list contains titles like Resident Evil 7, Far Cry 5, The Witcher 3 and other popular AAA titles. But some of the names mentioned in the list are not even available in the Epic Games Store, so it’s more than likely that the list is fake and not to be trusted.

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