The subsequent wave of free Epic Games Store titles has been revealed for this week, and it includes the improved model of Doom 64.
Epic Games has unveiled the latest batch of free-to-play titles that players can get their hands on. Starting right now (August 18) till August 25 at 4PM GMT, gamers can seize first-person shooter basic Doom 64, as properly as the Boom Boxer Content pack for Iron Galaxy Studios’ Rumbleverse.
This copy of Doom 64 is the enhanced model of the unique sport that was launched on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. The game’s retail worth on the Epic Games store was sitting at £3.99, but customers will have per week to say the title for free.
Rumbleverse. Credit: Iron Galaxy
Meanwhile, the Rumbleverse downloadable content (DLC) pack is a bundle which includes the exclusive ‘Boom Boxer’ set – an entire outfit – an exclusive title card background and border, as well as a 120-minute gameplay Fame booster for gamers.
Rumbleverse, which is a 40-person brawler royale, is already free-to-play on the Epic Games Store, but the add-on is a nice addition for players as content material packs often range from £3.99 to £15.99.
That’s not all. From August 25 by way of to September 1, gamers also can declare Rings Of Pain from Humble Games, the roguelike card crawling strategy recreation that was launched back in 2020.
In this game, players will explore randomly generated ring dungeons where encounters come to them. “Play as fast or slow as you want on this difficult, turn-based roguelike. Just watch out the place you tread – You may find yourself ambushed, or worse,” the outline reads.
In other news, League Of Legends servers throughout North America are at present down for a interval of 12-hour maintenance. This means both the multiplayer online battle enviornment (MOBA) game and TeamFight Tactics won’t be playable during this time.