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Epic Games will give away another free game next week

Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition will be available for free starting next Thursday, June 27

Week after week, the Epic Games Store has offered free games since its launch in 2018. After a series of mystery games, Epic Games offers another new round of games that we knew about previously, and they are none other than Freshly Frosted and a bonus coins for Rumble Club.

However, next week they will be giving away Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition.

Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition is the complete and definitive version of Sunless Skies. It incorporates the many additions made since launch, including new officers, enemies, engines, stories and pets, as well as a completely reworked region, a full steam ahead mode for long journeys and desperate escapes, and the much-requested horn, as well as dozens of improvements in quality of life.

How to download free games on the Epic Games Store:

  1. Access the game from the Epic store through this link.
  2. Click the "Get" button.
  3. Wait for the order to load.
  4. Finish by clicking the "Place Order" button.

The games will be in your library to download and enjoy whenever you want. Remember that you must have a registered account on the Epic Games Store to claim the game.

Also read Beyond Good & Evil returns to consoles and PC for its 20th Anniversary

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