The Epic Games store’s October update redesigns the storefront experience to simplify finding games on the site.
The digital marketplace, which currently houses 187 games, now lets users see what’s trending and filter by genre, while the ‘discover’ tab includes sections for new releases, free games, top sellers and other categories.
Epic also says it’s optimised the storefront to better handle high traffic periods, such as when new free games are released.
Upcoming features include enabling players to create wishlists which alert them when products they’ve tagged receive a price discount or promotion, and an updated library grid view.
Epic’s working with OpenCritic to add critic reviews on its game detail pages too.
Epic originally launched a bi-monthly free game offer alongside its PC storefront in December 2018, but said in May it was increasing the frequency of the offer to one free game per week until the end of 2019. However, on many weeks it’s offered users two free titles rather than just one.
Electronic Arts has said it’s open to bringing its PC titles to the Epic Games store, following the announcement of its upcoming return to Steam earlier this week.