Every month, Epic Games Store offer two or, in some cases, three free games to its users. Sometimes these free games can be a humble indie offering. Other times, these games are big-budget AAA titles. This week’s free title is Saber Interactive’s Evil Dead: The Game and Dark Diety already made the expectations high. And fortunately, Epic Games will carry on this momentum for next week.
Starting November 24, Epic Games Store users can claim EA Motive-developed dogfighting game Star Wars: Squadrons for free. The game, taking place in the Star Wars universe, allows users to either play as a Sith pilot against the republic pilot or vice versa.
Star Wars Squadron is fully playable in VR and features a single-player campaign. Those who don’t enjoy the campaign can take part in a 5v5 multiplayer skirmish in the space against each other.
Star Wars Squadron will stay free from next week till December 1st for anyone to claim and keep forever. Additionally, the game will replace the current free titles offered by Epic Games Stor i.e. asymmetrical multiplayer horror game Evil Dead: The Game and the strategy RPG Dark Deity.
To claim the game, users need to create an account with Epic Games. Furthermore, as per the report, Epic Games gave away around 89 free titles last year, with this year’s number unknown. Interestingly, this is the only title getting offered for free on the game platform, changing its usual two and three-game offering.