While Figment (normally priced at £14.99) and Tormentor x Punisher (normally £5.59) were previously confirmed to be part of the digital storefront’s free games promotion, World War Z (normally £31.99) is a surprise addition.
They’ll be free to download until 11am ET / 8am PT / 4pm GMT on April 2, when they’ll be replaced by Gone Home and Hob.
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.