The Epic Games Store Holiday Sale is Here Soon, Giving Away 15 Games

Published: December 10, 2020 12:11 PM /


Epic Games Sale

The Epic Games Store team has announced that their Epic Games Store Holiday Sale would begin on December 17, with deals up to 75% off available. Also starting on that date will be Epic Games Store giving away "a new game each day for two weeks straight", which means 15 days of free games. In order to claim those games you'll have to claim them within a 24 hour period, so don't expect to wait two weeks and then collect them all at once like Pokemon badges. You have to put the work in for them like the rest of us chumps.

If you have to claim some free games now, you can claim Pillars of Eternity - Definitive Edition from now until December 17 at 11:00 AM, and Tyranny - Gold Edition, which also ends on December 17 and 11:00 AM. A "mystery game" will unlock in 6 days and 22 hours, which is undoubtedly the first free game that Epic Games Store will be giving away as part of their Holiday Sale.

Last year's Holiday Sale featured 12 days of free games, so this year is a little better on that front. There's no $10 off coupon though, but the three extra games evens it out a bit.

If you're interested in a particular game or 12, be sure to save the game on your Epic Games Store wishlist. It's always been fairly random as to what goes on sale or not, so unless it's Cyberpunk 2077, it just might go on sale. 

For more information on the Epic Games Store and their Holiday Sale, be sure to stay tuned to TechRaptor for more information as it becomes available.

What do you think of this news? Are you going to be getting your free game every day? Will you claim Pillars of Eternity or Tyranny? Are there games that you hope will be made a free game? Let us know in the comments!

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