On June 29 to July 6, The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of Chaos will be available to download for free on Epic’s PC shop.
“Step into the wacky heroic fantasy universe of the Dungeon of Naheulbeuk,” claims the publishing company, Dear Villager. “In this enormous and tough tactical role-playing game, you will lead a team of odd and inept heroes. Experience a world of hilarity, unpredictability, and interactions that are just plain silly.
The Hunter: Call of the Wild can be claimed for free up to June 29. After that date, it will be replaced with The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos.
The Epic Games Store gave away 99 free games in 2018, an increase from 89 in the previous year. According to Epic, these games had a combined price of $2,240, and players claimed over 700 million free titles (down from 765 million in 2021). In 2021, this number is expected to increase to 765 million.
Recent statements by the firm have given players a reason to believe they can anticipate hearing about other high-profile Epic Games Store exclusives.
Epic released Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 3: Wilds for players to enjoy this month.
“The island’s core has caved in, exposing a vast, hidden forest full of ancient secrets that still need to be found. It instructed the player to “ascend to canopies, ride raptors, and slide in the mud for speed and camouflage.”
“Utilize the Thermal DMR to locate enemies, skid on vines while firing the FlapJack Rifle, or use the Cybertron Cannon to turn adversaries into spectators.”