As has become a custom, the Epic Games Store offers two new free games to its users. It is a tower defense, Defense Grid: The Awakening, and a First-person war shooter set in World War I, Verdun. Two games that come to take over from Obduction and Offworld Trading Company, available until July 22.

Both Defense Grid: The Awakening and Verdun will be available from July 22 to 29 totally free and forever in the Epic Game Store. It will only be necessary to log in with your Epic account and claim the games to be able to play them whenever you want. These are two more than interesting proposals within several of the most popular genres of the moment, surely they will please more of the Epic Games Store user.

To know the following free games from the Epic Games store, we will have to wait until the end of July, but it will not be a problem with games like Defense Grid: The Awakening, which has hours and hours of tower defense action.

This feature of giving away games every few weeks has become one of the great attractions of the Epic Games Store, and it is not as expensive as it might seem at first. At least not with all games. Just a few weeks ago he offered Control, the latest work from Remedy Entertainment, for free.

Nor is it the only deal Epic Games has with the Finnish developer, since apart from working on a new project that could be Alan Wake 2, a remastering of Alan Wake was leaked a few days ago through the database of the Epic Games Store.

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