Epic Games announced next week’s free-to-own video game

Epic Games’ tradition continues as they announce a new game becoming available for free over the next week. Since 2018 and the free offer of Subnautica, Epic Games is on a savage run of giving away video games for free. For the sake of attracting more users to their store, this phenomenon is most likely to continue in the future. So, what game will be free-to-own throughout the next week?

The game that will become available for free on November 26 will be MudRunner, an off-roading simulation game developed by Saber Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive. It was released on October 31, 2017, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Those who manage to claim the game through the Epic Games Store will have a permanent copy of it until the very termination of their Epic Games Store account. Epic Games has so far contributed to lavish libraries that users nowadays possess.

So far, having this psychology helps Epic Games gain more users on their Epic Games Store. Most of the games that are coming for free have purchasable DLCs. If the users find the free game attractive, they might be drawn into buying the DLC, which naturally helps the developers sustain a better revenue.

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