Epic Games Store next free game is Neon Abyss

Epic Free Games List This Week

Neon Abyss has been revealed as the next free game available to download on the Epic Games Store, following on from Shenmue 3 which was available up until 4PM GMT today. If you have not grabbed it then you have missed out on that. Neon Abyss is available until 4pm GMT tomorrow at which time it will be replaced by the third game in the giveaway. To redeem any free games, all you need to do is sign into the Epic Games Store website or client, then add them to your basket and go through checkout. Once purchased, they will remain in your library to keep forever.

Here is the Neon Abyss page to add the game to your library. Here is the description of Neon Abyss:

  • Combining furious run ‘n’ gun action and deep, roguelike mechanics, Neon Abyss pits you as a member of the ‘Grim Squad’ – a task force set-up by Hades himself to infiltrate the Abyss and defeat the New Gods. Death is not the end as every time you die, you’ll find yourself more empowered than before.
  • With each run, you will be able to unlock new rooms, items, bosses, special rules and even new endings! This means each dungeon is unique and expandable, being tailored to your own specific playstyle.
  • As you progress through each dungeon, random item drops will be key in helping you infiltrate the Abyss and these passive effects can stack between every item. With no limit to how many can apply; a wide variety of combinations will make each run unique.
  • If you need some company on your journey into the depths of the abyss, or just some additional firepower or assistance, eggs can be found which will turn into a random pet that has a special ability and will evolve the longer you survive.
  • Take a short break from slaying minions and take part in random mini-games that will also bag you some loot! Jump into Piano Performances, Meditation Challenge, Dance Competitions, and more – staying alive just got a lot more interesting!

Source: Epic Games Store

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