Epic Games Announces New Freebies, The Elder Scrolls Online and Murder by Numbers

Epic Games Store, a platform known for its generous weekly game giveaways, has revealed its upcoming free-to-claim offerings, The Elder Scrolls Online and Murder by Numbers. Set to take the stage from July 20-27, these freebies will provide an excellent chance for gamers to expand their libraries and delve into new adventures.

Train Valley 2 is the reigning free title on the platform, but come July 20, it will hand over the baton to two distinctly different but equally engaging games.

The Elder Scrolls Online is an MMORPG that allows players to explore the rich landscapes of Tamriel, an awe-inspiring continent filled with bustling cities, rugged mountains, and dangerous dungeons. Whether you’re drawn to the political intrigue of the game’s storyline or the thrill of battling dragons and other fearsome creatures, The Elder Scrolls Online offers an immersive gaming experience.

On the other hand, Murder by Numbers is a visual novel puzzle adventure that promises a captivating storyline and brain-teasing challenges. Set in Los Angeles in 1996, players will take on the role of Honor Mizrahi, an actress turned detective, and work to solve a series of complicated murder mysteries. This unique mix of visual novel and Picross-style puzzle gameplay will surely draw in both mystery fans and puzzle enthusiasts alike.

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