Epic Games Store Announces Two Free Games for This Week

This week, the Epic Games Store revealed two new games that are going to be available to claim for free, and those are The Big Con and Town of Salem 2. The games will be available to claim from now until April 25, and more details about the game can be found below:

The Big Con

The game invites players to step into the shoes of Ali, a rebellious high schooler who goes on a cross-country journey to save her family’s video store from unscrupulous loan sharks. This game is a nostalgic trip back to the ‘90s, complete with plaid, payphones, VHS tapes, and malls. Players will engage in sneaking, eavesdropping, and various cons, from simple pickpocketing to complex grifts involving disguises and smooth talking. The game combines elements of comedy and crime.

Town of Salem 2

The game offers a combination of murder, deceit, and survival in an online multiplayer setting. It transports players to Salem, a town fraught with danger where the Coven has taken control. With over 50 unique roles and intricate gameplay mechanics, players must use their strategic thinking and social deduction skills to unveil the truth or deceive others to survive. This game promises a dynamic and immersive experience, where no two games are the same, thanks to its detailed setting, strategic depth, and active community involvement.

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