Epic Games Store Holiday Sale is on! grab your games at up to 90% discount

Santa Clauss is bringing in gifts for everyone this Christmas. No matter if you have a good kid or a bad kid, this Christmas, all can enjoy the facilities dropped by Santa at Epic Games Store! Seriously though, it’s excellent news revealed by Epic Games on Twitter. Finally, social media is being used to spread happiness.

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Cities: Skylines has been officially revealed as the first free game for Epic Games Store account holders for this year’s Holiday Sale. The company announced that there would be 15 days of free games for people to look forward to. Not to mention a massive list of discounted titles, and the company is offering money-off coupons (US$10, £10, €10, etc.).

And the purchasing process is simple if you own an Epic Games Store account, which unfortunately I don’t (cries in the corner); all you have to do to get their free game is sign into the site and place an order for Cities: Skylines. The game will then be added to the user’s library, ready for installation.

Suppose you argue why Cities: Skylines and some other much better title, then you are not alone. But with all its faults, the game still has a decent 85 score from critics. It always seems a great way to start the festive season.

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But don’t worry, folks, there are still some titles with up to 90% off in the long list of offers, such as Super Meat Boy and Sherlock Holmes Crimes & Punishments. However, more notable titles have pretty huge discounts as well. We have a decent 17% off Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, and there is 33% off Immortals: Fenix Rising. According to sources, you can get GTA V: Premium Edition for half price, enjoy 60% off Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and there is 75% off a purchase of Civilization VI too.

Okay, I am robbing my brother’s Epic Games Account and getting myself some Valhalla action. So don’t wait for more time and get gaming!



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