Listen up bargain hunters, you can grab five free games on the Epic Games Store before March 19! The Epic Games Store typically gives two free games away every two weeks, adding incentive to create a free EGS account.
Any free games you redeem in this manner are yours to keep forever. As such, it’s worth logging in every now and then to pick up a few free games. After all, they’re free!
Free Epic Games Store titles for March revealed
During the first two weeks of March, Epic Games Store users can grab five games free of charge. The first two games are available from now until March 12. After that, the next batch of games will be made available from March 12 until March 19.
Curious what you can get for free on the Epic Games Store this March? Below, we’ve listed all of the free games that have been revealed, and how long they’ll be available on the Epic Games Store!
- Offworld Trading Company (free until March 12)
- GoNNER (free until March 12)
- Anodyne 2: Return to Dust (free March 12 until March 19)
- A Short Hike (free March 12 until March 19)
- Mutazone (free March 12 until March 19)
To redeem one or more of these games, you’ll need to have a free Epic Games Store account. Once you’ve logged into that account, navigate to the Store page and scroll down until you find the Free Games section.
Select one of these games to expand its page and purchasing options, then scroll down and select “Get” to redeem the game for free.
You’ll see a checkout screen, but rest assured, nothing will be charged to your card as the final purchase price will read as $0.00 in the Total section. After hitting “Place Order” the game will be added to your Library where you’re free to download and play it at any time.
Once you’ve redeemed a free game it’s yours to keep forever, making it well worth taking a few moments to collect all of the free games on offer from the Epic Games Store.
Now that you know the free games on offer from the Epic Games Store in March of 2020, we’re curious to hear your thoughts. Are you excited about free titles like GoNNER and A Short Hike, or are you still reluctant to give the Epic Games Store any of your time? Let us know in the comments below!