Limbo is available on the Epic Games Store for free

A timepath back to the black and white era

Limbo, a black and white puzzle adventure, is now available for free on the Epic Games Store. Since the first release of Subnautica for free, Epic Games continues to promote video games that are exclusively available for free on their very own Digital Distribution platform.

The tradition continues, as Limbo dashes between the lineup of free-to-play games on the Epic Games Store. Limbo will remain available to claim over the next week for free. If you’re interested in getting a free copy for yourself, make sure you visit the official Epic Games Store.

Limbo is a black and white puzzle-platforming adventure. Play the role of a young boy traveling through an eerie and treacherous world in an attempt to discover the fate of his sister. Limbo’s design is an example of gaming as an art form. Short and sweet, doesn’t overstay its welcome. Puzzles are challenging and fun, not illogical and frustrating.

Being an old 2010 release, you shouldn’t worry about your PC system requirements. If you do operate an older machine or would like to play the game on one, make sure you check Limbo’s official PC system requirements below:

Minimum Requirements Recommended
OSWindows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 OSWindows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
Graphics5 years or younger. Integrated graphics and very low budget cards may not work. Shader Model 3.0 required Graphics5 years or younger. Integrated graphics and very low budget cards may not work. Shader Model 3.0 required
Processor2 GHz Processor2 GHz
Memory512 MB RAM Memory512 MB RAM
Storage Space Needed150MB Storage Space Needed150MB
DirectX9.0c DirectX9.0c

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