Epic Games Store launches with Hades, Hello Neighbor, Ashen and free games

Epic Games Store launches with Hades, Hello Neighbor, Ashen and free games

Epic Games Store launches with Hades, Hello Neighbor, Ashen and free games

And it seems that Epic is borrowing a page out of EA's book by making two games free each month.

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And if you're not quite ready to drop money on a new gaming platform, Epic Games has you covered. Super Meat Boy, the brutally hard platformer, is up next from December 28th - January 10th. First of all, Epic revealed that they're going to give away one free game every two weeks throughout 2019, starting with the excellent Subnautica (available from December 14th to December 27th), which will be followed by Super Meat Boy (from December 28th to January 10th, 2019). With Hades, we knew we really wanted to create a game we could develop in partnership with the community, and from talking to the folks at Epic, we realized their store would be the flawless place to conduct our latest experiment.

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But while that revenue split might draw more game creators to the store, right now it's extremely small and simplistic.

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Now You: Will you install the Epic Games Store on your devices? Its launch titles include Supergiant Games' (Bastion, Transistor) Hades, Annapurna/A44's Ashen, and tinyBuild's prequel title Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek. Epic Games have managed to wangle some other upcoming hot exclusives too, including PlayStation darling Journey and Coffee Stain's first-person factory-builder Satisfactory (which has scrapped its plans for a Steam release). That's not all, however, as that announcement very quickly became a release, as it was revealed that Hades is already available to play in Early Access. While Epic has said its storefront will get things like user reviews in the future, it'll be optional for developers and can be deployed on a per-game basis. CEO Tim Sweeney's tirade against Microsoft's UWP platform and the more recent Fortnite on Android drama has given the game developer and publisher a more "pro-developer" image.

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