With the new mandate available today, they were announce The free games for PCEpic Games Store Next week: from November 3, 2022 You can download Filament and Rising Storm 2: Vietnam for free.
strings It is a science fiction puzzle game, which sees us playing an astronaut/artist bent on exploring the ship called Alabaster, to try to understand what happened to its crew.
All the puzzles in the game focus on a specific mechanic, which involves moving cables and connecting structures through them.
Board the Alabaster, one of the Filament Corporation’s flagship research ships, and attempt to regain control after a mysterious complication that obscures the ship and makes the crew disappear.
Relying on the help of Juniper, the ship’s dreaded pilot, you will have to face infernal puzzles that will push you to the limits as you try to find out what happened to the crew and why they disappeared.
Test yourself by ascending to Alabaster and then trying to get away in a single player game with complex yet captivating puzzles.
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam It is a first-person shooter from the Red Orchestra series, focusing on the infamous conflict in Vietnam between the USA and the Viet Cong.
The title aims to reproduce the war struggle that characterized the Cold War years between opposing blocs in a rather faithful way, suggesting a reproduction of original weapons and realistic situations.
Multiplayer game with 64 players, more than 20 maps, US Army and Marines, Vietnamese People’s Army, Viet Cong, Australian troops, RVI forces, more than 50 weapons, 4 flyable helicopters, mines, traps and tunnels. cruel. A native. brave. Personalization.
Remember that starting today, free games on October 27, 2022 are also available on the Epic Games Store, which will then be redeemed next Thursday.
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