The promotion, which started on Thursday, offers customers $10 off when they buy any game costing at least $14.99, with Epic covering the cost to publishers.
The discount varies depending on where you live — in the UK, for example, you’ll get £10 off any title priced £13.99 or above – and it’s valid until June 13.
The offer includes pre-orders and was applicable to both Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 and Borderlands 3, until they were pulled from the store following the launch of the promotion, seemingly without explanation.
Borderlands 3 publisher 2K confirmed in a statement that it had temporarily removed the game and that it would return “soon”.
Anyone who managed to pre-order either Vampire or Borderlands 3 before they were pulled from the store will have their discounts honoured.
The game will then be made available on “additional PC digital storefronts”, 2K added in a press release revealing the Borderlands 3 release date, DLC plans and a new trailer.