Nioh is now free to download and LOVE: grab the Dark Souls style samurai game today

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Nioh is free to download and save on the Epic Store (Image: SONY)

Former PlayStation exclusive Nioh will be available as a free download next week.

The excellent samurai action game is free to download and save on the Epic Games Store.

It’s all part of Epic’s weekly game giveaways, which include heavy-hitters like GTA 5, Borderlands, and Civilization 6.

Nioh: The Complete Edition is definitely one of the better free games in recent weeks.

With a score of 84% on Metacritic, the action game tells the story – albeit a heavily fictionalized version – of the first western samurai.

Developed by Team NINJA and Koei Tecmo, Nioh is inspired by action games like Dark Souls.

“Ready to die? Experience the latest brutal action game from Team NINJA and Koei Tecmo Games,” reads the official description.

“In the samurai era, a lone traveler lands on the coast of Japan. He must fight his way through the vicious warriors and supernatural Yokai that ravage the land to find what he seeks.”

As the name suggests, the Nioh Complete Edition comes with many extras, including the Dragon of the North expansion.

“This expansion opens up the Tohoku region, where the ‘one-eyed dragon’ Date Masamune secretly collects spirit stones.”

Fans can also play the Defiant Honor and Bloodshed’s End expansions, which take place during the Siege of Osaka.

In addition to Nioh The Complete Edition, Epic Games Store customers can download and keep the strategy game Sheltered.

Sheltered is described as a “deep and emotional survival management game”. Similar to Fallout Shelter, players are tasked with protecting family members in an abandoned shelter.

Sheltered is a post-apocalyptic disaster management game that gives a whole new meaning to the term ‘nuclear family’.

“Given ahead of the billions lost in a nuclear holocaust, you need to gather as many supplies as you can on your way to the concrete underground shelter that will soon become your family home for the foreseeable, bleak future.”

Fans can download the free games from now until September 16, when they will be replaced by Speed ​​Brawl and Tharsis.

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