Deponia, Pillars of the Earth & The First Tree iare free on the Epic Games Store from 15th April 2021! Here’s what I think about them!
Here are the games currently free of charge on the Epic Games Store. These are typically only around for a week, so if you see anything you like the look of you’d better move fast before they disappear!
Epic Games Store: Free Games – 15th April 2021
Deponia: The Complete Journey
Deponia is a well-regarded point-and-click game from a developer with a good (and varied) gaming catalogue. I haven’t bothered with point-and-clicks for a long time (the usual reasons) but with pretty much 8/10 ratings across the board, it seems like it’s worth a look. The Complete Journey contains the first 3 games as well as hours of developer commentary. That alone could make this worth a click!
I could’ve sworn that Deponia had been free on EGS already, but I can’t find it.
Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth
Another point-and-click, The Pillars of the Earth is another well-reviewed game – this time with a more interesting art style than your typical pixel art fare. It has some good-looking cut scenes and a 93% positive rating on Steam. That’s pretty good for a 4 year old game.
The First Tree
The First Tree is a walking sim, but I don’t use that as a derogatory term. As long as it has an interesting story to tell, I enjoy a relaxed narrative sometimes. But most importantly, the protagonist is a fox. Foxes are cool. It’s also a good looking game. Out of the three games on offer this week (why 3? I don’t know) this is probably the one I’m most interested in.
Where to Get Your Free Games
To claim your free games, load up the Epic Games Store app or go to their website. Once you’ve claimed them, they’ll be available in your account forever and you can play them any time!
Click this link to see the full archive of every game that has been given away on the EGS!