EGS' Latest Free Game Offering Includes Metro: 2033 Redux And Indie Reality Simulation Game "Everything"
Thursday has come and gone and that means the Epic Games Store has updated the weekly free game offering. This time, players can get 4A Games' Metro 2033 Redux, as well as a simulation game from indie developer David O'Reilly, titled Everything.
Most of you will be familiar with the post-apocalyptic FPS Metro: 2033. For those that aren't, it takes place in the Moscow underground, where some of the surviving members of humanity have gathered following the post-apocalyptic event. Players take on the role of Artyom, a citizen raised underground who is forced to leave in order to warn the rest of humanity about an impending danger.
As for Everything, it might be a little less familiar. It's described as, "an epic, award-winning reality simulation game - where everything you see is a thing you can be, from animals to planets to galaxies and beyond." Players can travel between inner and outer space, exploring an interconnected universe. The game doesn't have any real goals or quests for players to take on. Instead, they interact with a procedural simulation in whatever way they see fit.
Both games generally run in the $15 to $20 range on most platforms. So, if you're interested in picking them up, you'll be saving a little over $30. As always, you'll just need to log into your EGS account in order to grab them.
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