Epic Games Store continues the stream of free to keep games this week as World War Z, Figment and Tormentor X Punisher are there to pick up. This also marks a moment when an Epic exclusive became a free to keep title on the platform.
World War Z released almost one year ago, on 16 April 2020, as an Epic Games Store exclusive. It had some ups and downs but the bottom line is that there are people who enjoyed what Saber Interactive brought them - a game to fill the void that was left by the lack of third entry in the Left 4 Dead franchise.
The game plays somewhat similarly as players mow down hordes of zombies either solo or in co-op. There are different characters, weapons and zombie types just like in the aforementioned Valve franchise but it also features PvPvZ game mode. You can pick the game up for free on its store page . After 2 April 2020, it will go back to it's regular $34.99 price.
Figment is an isometric adventure that features vibrant colours and somewhat unique art style that consists of cartoonish graphics and places you visit, like the dashboard of a car. It was released on 22 September 2017 so if you are interested in this type of games, you probably tried it already. If you haven't, now is the time.
Tormentor X Punisher is a top-down indie shooter that has a fairly unique premise - everything can be killed with one shot, from the lowliest demons, over the player character to the bosses.
Players assume the role of what looks like a Doomslayerette as she psychotically hunts down demons and kills every last one fo them. It quickly turns into bullet hell as the players are dodging demons while blasting pieces of them all over the arena.