Epic Games: Relicta will be free on the Game Store on January 20 | pc | Jigsaw | video games | | Video game

Epic Games Store, the virtual store of the popular company that develops the battle royale Fortnite, offers a free game every week, which allows players to users participate and experience a new title at no cost. If you haven’t tried this download method yet, you have time to do so with the following videogame to be distributed without the need for any payment: Abandoned.

Developed by Mighty Polygon, this delivery of riddles in the first person is based on physics, by means of a puzzle in which you must creatively combine magnetism and gravity to unravel the secrets of Base Chandra. “Buried in the eternal darkness of the lunar craters lies a secret that could take the life of your daughter or change the fate of humanity forever. Play like a great physicist stranded on a mysterious abandoned moon base.” says the description of the game.

Relicta can be obtained at no cost from the next 20th to the 27th of January. After the offers and the free week end, the price of the game will be $19.99. At next clip you can get a better look at what this is about puzzle:

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How to download Relicta for free from the Epic Games Store?

  • Visit the Relicta for PC page on the Epic Games Store (Do it from this link)
  • Click the Get button on the right
  • Then, another page will open where you will have to confirm the purchase
  • Click on Place Order and the video game will be yours forever.

When will the other free Epic Games Store game be revealed?

Write down the date. The Epic Games Store will give away another video game on Monday, January 17 at 11:00 am, Peru time, which will be available for a limited time.

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