Epic Games again hand out games for free and supports developers

Epic Games again hand out games for free and supports developers

Epic Games Store again offers free download games. This time it is about Railway Empire and Where The Water Tastes Like Wine, which came to replace Into the Breach.

Along with the distribution of gifts, the store has announced the program Support-A-Creator and offers discounts of up to 70% on games of some studios. Game creators will also receive a higher percentage of revenue when customers buy some of these games during the sale. You can see all the discounted games here.

Railway Empire is a tycoon simulator, in which the player has the ambitious goal of creating a railroad empire in the United States between 1830 and 1930. Users have access to various add-ons, which include new locations and locomotives.

Where The Water Tastes Like Wine is a story-telling adventure game about the Great Depression era in the United States. It is a game about traveling, sharing stories, and surviving. Players wander through the depressive folklore era in the United States at their own pace, meeting strangers who tell their stories.

The Epic Games Store offers players free Windows Railway Empire and Where The Water Tastes Like Wine, with the former also available for macOS and the latter for macOS and Linux via Steam, where they cost $30 and $20 respectively.


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