They’ll replace Anodyne 2: Return To Dust (normally £15.49), Mutazione (normally £15.99), and A Short Hike (normally £5.79), which are now free to download until March 19.
Released in 2014 and boasting a PC Metascore of 77 based on 18 reviews, Watch Dogs is the first entry in Ubisoft Montreal’s third-person action adventure series. Players take on the role of Aiden Pearce, a hacker who manipulates Chicago’s technology networks to aid him on a revenge mission.
The Stanley Parable is a critically acclaimed first-person exploration game that started life as a free Half-Life 2 mod, before being remade and rereleased in 2013 by developer and publisher Galactic Café. It has a Metascore of 88 based on 47 reviews.
The digital marketplace introduced wishlist support earlier this week, enabling users to track games they want to buy. According to the Epic Games Store development roadmap, features “coming next” include mod support, the introduction of an algorithmically driven trending category, and the addition of self-service refunds without having to contact player support.