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The Epic Games Store’s next free titles have been revealed
Elite Dangerous and The World Next Door will replace The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia
Next week’s free Epic Games Store titles have been announced.
Frontier’s multiplayer space sim Elite Dangerous and The World Next Door, which offers a mix of “lightning-fast puzzle battles, powerful storytelling and immersive visual novel elements”, will be free to download from November 19-26.
They’ll replace The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia, which normally costs £11.99 but is currently free to download until November 19.
The Epic Games Store’s free games promotion, which launched alongside the storefront in December 2018, will run throughout 2020.
Epic CEO Tim Sweeney claimed earlier this year that the promotion has caused sales to increase for developers who participate.
“People have discovered a lot of great games that way,” he told Gamespot. “It’s been a benefit for game developers.
“Most developers who launch their games for free on the store found that their sales on Steam and on console platforms actually increased after they went free on Epic because of increased awareness and so it’s been a really positive thing and it’s brought tens of millions of new users into the Epic Games ecosystem and that’s been a wonderful thing for the company.”
Bugsnax launched today for PS5, PS4 and PC via the Epic Games Store.