Epic kicks off Summer Sale 2021 on July 29

Epic kicks off Summer Sale 2021 on July 29

You’ll be able to grab Mothergunship and Train Sim World 2 from the usual Epic Games Store promotion page on Thursday, July 29 at 8am PDT / 11am EDT / 4pm BST. It’ll be there for one full week, at which point it’ll be replaced by another freebie. As always, you’ll ‘purchase’ the game at a price of zero dollars, and it’ll remain in your library just like any game you might pay money for.

It’s Thursday, and you know what that means – another round of free PC games from the Epic Games Store. This week, you can grab the Defense Grid: The Awakening and Verdun, and as ever, Epic has revealed next week’s freebies, too. And if you’re of a mind for even more cost-effective gaming, Epic’s Summer Sale 2021 has just kicked off, too.

The Summer Sale is now live, and lasts until August 5. The sale features savings of up to 75% off. Some of the highlighted deals include 20% off Days Gone, 33% off Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, 50% Grand Theft Auto V, and 20% off the PCGN office favourite SnowRunner.

 

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