The free game from Epic Games ever two weeks promise is being met, and although the next free game isn’t something everyone has heard of before, it is still excellent. Giving away a popular game, for example, Subnautica or What Remains of Edith Finch is surely challenging, but there are some gems out there and Epic is digging them up. Free stuff will always be awesome and the next free game from Epic Games has been revealed as Slime Rancher.
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Before we get to Slime Rancher, it is important to note that you can now grab Thimbleweed Park from the Epic Games Store for free by heading over to this link. You have from now until 7 March to take advantage of this freebie and if you grab it in time, the game will be yours to keep forever.
With Thimbleweed Park available for free, the next free game from Epic Games has also been revealed. The game is called Slime Rancher, a life simulation developed by indie studio Monomi Park. The game was first released into Early Access in January 2016 and fully released on 1 August 2017. Slime Rancher has seen “Overwhelmingly Positive” user reviews on Steam and on Metacritic, it has an average critic score of 81.
Slime Rancher is definitely up there with the quality titles given away on the Epic Games Store so far and you will be able to get the game for free starting 7 March. Grab the game here between 7 and 21 March 2019 and it will be yours to keep forever. For a bit more information on Slime Rancher, check out the game’s description and trailer below.
Slime Rancher is a charming, first-person, sandbox experience. Play as Beatrix LeBeau: a plucky, young rancher who sets out for a life a thousand light years away from Earth on the ‘Far, Far Range.
Each day will present new challenges and risky opportunities as you attempt to amass a great fortune in the business of slime ranching. Collect colorful slimes, grow crops, harvest resources, and explore the untamed wilds through the mastery of your all-purpose vacpack.
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What do you think about the next free game from the Epic Games Store and will you be trying out Thimbleweed Park? Let us know in the comment section below.
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