Epic Games Store Holiday Sale is on with 15 days of free games and up to 90% discount - get Cities: Skylines free or GTA V: Premium Edition at half price
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Cities: Skylines has been revealed as the first free game for Epic Games Store account holders for this year’s Holiday Sale. Epic has announced that there will be 15 days of free games for people to look forward to, along with a huge list of discounted titles. On top of that, the company is offering money-off coupons (US$10, £10, €10, etc.) in numerous currencies for gamers to utilize when making a qualifying purchase.
All Epic Games Store account holders have to do to get their free game is sign into the site and simply place an order for Cities: Skylines. The city-building game will then be added to the user’s library ready for installation. Cities: Skylines was released in 2015 and was praised for its complex and involved gameplay, with the PC version of the game currently sitting on high scores of 85 (critics) and 8.8 (users) on Metacritic. It might not be Dying Light, as had been rumored, but it’s still a strong start for this festive giveaway.
As for discounted games, users can find some titles with up to 90% off in the long list of offers, such as Super Meat Boy and Sherlock Holmes Crimes & Punishments. However, in regard to bigger titles, there are still huge discounts to be had. A decent 17% has been knocked off Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and there is 33% off Immortals: Fenyx Rising. Account holders can get GTA V: Premium Edition for half price, enjoy 60% off Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and there is 75% off a purchase of Civilization VI too.
15 Days of Free Games begins now!— Epic Games Store (@EpicGames) December 17, 2020
Claim Cities: Skylines for FREE until December 18 (11:00 AM Eastern) and it's yours to keep! Check back tomorrow to unwrap your next gift from the Epic Games Store.
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