Epic Games Store Unveils Next Free-to-Claim Titles

The Epic Games Store has announced its latest batch of free-to-claim titles, Breathedge and Poker Club, which will be available from April 27 until May 4. These games will replace the currently available free titles, Beyond Blue and Never Alone, which can be claimed until April 27.

Breathedge is an ironic outer space survival adventure game that puts players in the shoes of a spaceship crash survivor, accompanied by an immortal chicken. Players must craft tools, pilot vehicles, and control space stations to survive and explore the wreckage while uncovering the truth behind the crash. With various challenges to overcome, such as suffocation, freezing, incineration, and more, players are encouraged to use their creativity and resourcefulness to litter space with useful and useless objects crafted from the magical artifact, electrical tape.

Poker Club offers an immersive poker simulation experience, allowing players to live the life of a poker pro on a global Poker Tour. Poker Club provides a realistic poker environment with Ultra HD 4K visuals and breathtaking ray tracing. Players can join a community of online competitors and participate in over 10 Texas Hold’em tournament modes, including freezeouts, shootouts, super-turbos, bounties, and more. The game also offers a Club feature, where players can team up with friends and other poker enthusiasts worldwide to earn rewards and unlock shared goals.

Both Breathedge and Poker Club offer unique gaming experiences, catering to fans of survival adventures and poker simulations alike. Be sure to claim these exciting titles from the Epic Games Store between April 27 and May 4, and don’t miss out on the current free games, Beyond Blue and Never Alone, available until April 27.

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