There are so many games that we dream of playing but our bank balance gets in the middle and tethers us to reality. We’ve all been there.
Fortunately, thanks to The Epic Store Halloween Sale, you can finally celebrate the spooky season in style. A large variety of games will be sold at a discounted price. You can save up to 75% on several titles.
The sale, currently, is live and will last till November 5 at 8 am PST / 11 am EST / 4 pm BST.
The good thing here is that even though this is a Halloween sale, the offers aren’t simply limited to just horror games. Every genre is covered under this Epic generosity. From FPS to strategy games, you have umpteen choices to pick from.
Another thing to be kept in mind regarding The EGS Halloween Sale is that there are no Epic Coupons this time. Most of the time, Epic usually gave us $10 coupons that can be spent on games.
Apparently, this also costs a lot of money to the organization therefore is not a part of the Halloween Sale.
However, in case you have a voucher lying around then that can be utilized for sure to get games on a steal.
Here is a small list of some well-known games that are available for peanuts on the Epic Games Store Halloween Sale:
- World War Z Game of the Year Edition – $18
- Control Ultimate Edition – $28
- Maneater – $28
- Subnautica – $17.50
- Killing Floor 2 – $10
- Alan Wake – $4
- Layers of Fear – $6
- Limbo – $6
- Vampyr – $12
- Mafia: Trilogy – $36
- Red Dead Redemption 2 – $30.14
- GTA 5: Premium Edition – $12.49
- Rainbow Six Siege – $7.99
- Remnant: From the Ashes – $19.99
- Jackbox Party Pack 6 – $20.99
To see everything that Epic has to offer to celebrate this Spooktober, you can go to epicgames.com.
About Epic Games
Founded by CEO Tim Sweeney in 1991, Epic Games is an American software and video game developing company.
Epic Games is best known for the development of Unreal Engine which has been declared as the “most popular video game engine” by Guinness World Records. Successful games like Fortnite and Dragon Ball FighterZ make use of Unreal Engine.
Moreover, the company also owns Epic Games Store which is a digital platform to purchase video games alongside Epic Online Services. By relying on the same services that Epic uses, EOS enables developers to “manage and scale high-quality games”.