The Epic Games Store Holiday Sale brings several massive discounts to some of the biggest AAA and indie games on the Store. There is plenty for every to like here as the games on offer range from gigantic AAA hits such as Battlefield 2042 and Far Cry 6 to underappreciated titles such as Jurrasic World Evolution 2 and The Town of Light.
To grab these games from the Epic Games Store, players are going to need a couple of things. First, they will need an Epic Games account as well as the Epic Games Launcher. They can create an account in the Launcher and then start purchasing and playing games from the Store.
Best deals in the Epic Games Store Holiday Sale 2021
- Dead by Daylight – Rs 324.50
- Prison Architect – Rs 174.75
- while True: learn () – Rs 224.48
- Total War: Warhammer – Rs 674.75
- Battlefield 2042 – Rs 1,979.34
- Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep – Rs 375
- Jurrasic World Evolution 2 – Rs 1,714.30
- The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark – Rs 231.75
- Riders Republic – Rs 1,949.35
- Forgive me Father – Rs 296.65
- Aeron Must Die! – Rs 674.25
- Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy – Rs 1,949.35
- JARS – Rs 261.75
- Crysis Remastered Trilogy – Rs 884.25
- Far Cry 6 – Rs 1,949.35
- Alan Wake – Rs 567.20
- Back 4 Blood: Standard Edition – Rs 1,799.40
- JETT: The Far Shore –Rs 531.75
- Dread Templar – Rs 296.65
- UnMetal – Rs 460.85
- Planetscape: Torment: Enhanced Edition – Rs 140.70
There is plenty more to like on the Epic Games Store that is currently on discount. Some great picks from the Holiday Season 2021 are Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and JETT: The Far Shore.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a charming action-adventure title from Eidos Montreal, the studio behind the fantastic Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Mankind Divided. The story follows the adventures of the titular Guardians and is surprisingly one of the most heartfelt and emotional games of 2021. Rest assured, the game packs quite the punch in terms of action and major set-pieces, but at the core of it is a very emotional story. Read our review for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy here.
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