3 free games this week, nuggets on the menu

After offering one game last week, the Epic Games Store is back up this 19th week of the year with at least 3 games. A notable party as the good weather returns in force. Nuggets that you can collect for free for a limited time.

3 free games this week

Every week since time immemorial, the Epic Games Store, like PlayStation Plus and Prime Gaming, has been delighting its users with free games. After terraforming Mars last week, the Epic Store is back up this Thursday, May 12th with 3 free games. Titles are available until May 19, 17:00. Only a few days to get them, so plenty of time for those interested, especially since it only takes a few seconds to get them per game. The following games are available on the Epic Games Store this week: Jotun: Valhalla Edition, Mining and Redout Extended Edition. 3 great games that will definitely not leave you indifferent this summer.

Jotun: Valhalla Edition

In this hand-drawn action and exploration game you will play as Tora, a Viking warrior devoid of a glorious death who will have to face the Norse gods in order to get to Valhalla. You must impress them by traversing this icy Pantheon and overcoming various threats using your huge axe. During your journey, you will have to mine various runes in order to free the Jotuns, the Scandinavian elemental giants.

To help you in your task, you can count on your trusty axe, as well as various skills. Test your skills during the game’s main campaign as well as the Valhalla mode described as “final battle against even more ferocious jotuns“. BUT”a challenge for those who want to impress the gods“.

Jotun: Valhalla Edition available until May 19, 17:00, right here.

Mining

Travel to the year 2032 when you wake up aboard Talos 1, a space station orbiting the Moon. AT Miningdeveloped by Arkane Studios and published by Besthesda, you end up discovering that you are nothing more than an experiment meant to change humanity forever. “Chance” for you: you are the main object. But be careful, this experience will quickly deteriorate.

To top it off, a strange threat is devastating the station. Therefore, you will have to explore its corners in order to uncover its secrets and find out the wrong side of this particular scientific experiment. A sci-fi thriller that will put you to the test. As with any Arkane game, sets can be viewed in a variety of ways. It’s up to you to redouble your ingenuity in order to defeat your opposite.

Mining available until May 19, 17:00, right there.

Redout: Extended Edition

After Wipeout in the 90s, fans of weightless racing may turn to Redout: Enhanced Edition, a title from 34BigThings that is a tribute to “classic arcade racing monsters”. A fast paced and challenging experience consisting of a single player campaign spanning over 100 events, 11 modes and 30 tracks. You have to unlock 7 stables, 4 racing classes, as well as ship upgrades and power-ups. The logical continuation takes the direction of multiplayer, online against the whole world or locally with split screen.

Compete against 12 players online on a post-apocalyptic Earth. Note that the bosses will spice up the experience. For an immersive experience, take advantage of the 5.1 dynamic soundtrack, as well as virtual reality support that lets you use your Oculus Rift or HTC Vive. A title that has seduced on Steam since its release in September 2016, with no less than 3,093 ratings, of which 85% are positive.

Redout: Extended Edition available until May 19, 17:00, right here.

WARNING, REMEMBER DOUBLE AUTHENTICATION

A little reminder for those who might need it: You may have trouble getting a game from the Epic Games Store. In this case, don’t worry: all you need to do is look at the double identification from the side. See the procedure to follow, step by step:

  • Login to your account on the Epic Games Store website and go to settings
  • Click on the “Password and Security” tab
  • Enable two-factor authentication
  • Choose between authentication, email or SMS authentication depending on your preferences.

As for the next free game from the Epic Games Store, its identity will be revealed next week.