Actually, it is always said that nothing comes for free in life. The Epic Games Store doesn’t seem to have noticed anything and continues to give away games to you every week.
The focus last week was on that totally on the multiplayer sectionat it with Mordhau to the murderous Middle Ages and with Second Extinction went to the mutant future. From now on, the Epic Games Store has written educational entertainment on the flag: Still until April 27 at 4:59 p.m you can download the two playful educational assignments free of charge.
Beyond Blue: Peaceful Sea Excursion
With Beyond Blue Unsurprisingly, you get to know the depths of the ocean: In the role of marine researcher Mirai, you explore the underwater flora and fauna and dive with them fish and dolphins. The species discovered are then cataloged so that between dives you can learn what just swam past you in front of your goggles.
In contrast to the purely playful underwater adventures Abzu and Subnautica Above all, however, Beyond Blue writes this learning experience on the flag, which is why they have worked with the BBC and OceanX Media, among others. In In our test, Beyond Blue therefore it is difficult to stay afloat, but a dive can’t hurt for a fee.
Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna): Eisgekhltes Edutainment
Those who prefer to stay above sea level and don’t shy away from lower temperatures can opt out Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) maybe win more. The mixture of Puzzle platformer and documentation wants to bring you closer to the life of the native people of Alaska and was therefore created in cooperation with cultural representatives of the Iupiat.
The girl Nuna has to overcome the merciless cold of Alaska together with a fox, which playfully translates into cooperative mysteries down. If you want to experience the adventure for two, the control is divided, alone you simply control the two alternately. In in our test, Never Alone warmed our hearts despite freezing snow showers and a bit of AI stuttering.
And next week for free on the Epic Games Store
Beyond Blue and Never Alone are available now as free downloads on the Epic Games Store before they from April 27 at 5 p.m be replaced by two new free candidates. The company behind the Battle Royale phenomenon then has which games to move up Fortnite already betrayed, of course.
Included is both the self-explanatory deck of cards Poker Club as well as the astronaut adventure Breathedge, giving you the choice of venturing into the vacuum of space or smashing dizzying amounts of money over the head at poker. By the way, the is just as dizzyingly high required disk space of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.