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Just Cause 4 and Wheels of Aurelia have been announced as next week’s free Epic Games Store titles.
They’ll replace Close to the Sun (normally priced at £24.99) and Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments (normally £19.99), which are now free to download until April 16.
The digital marketplace is also currently running a spring sale featuring discounts of up to 75% on selected games until April 16.
Epic Games recently launched its own publishing label with upcoming projects from Remedy (Control), Gen Design (The Last Guardian) and Playdead (Inside). Epic Games Publishing will offer “the most developer-friendly terms in the industry” so that creators can “focus on making great games”, the company said.
The terms of its publishing deals include full creative freedom and IP ownership for developers. Epic will front all development costs and share profits 50/50 once these costs have been recouped.