Happy Thursday! It's time for another Epic Games Store freebie alert. This week there's only one game, a turn-based adventure co-op game from developer Iron Oak Games titled For the King.
This is a game that seems to have a good bit going on, and for once the freebie offering includes more than just the standard game. Players who pick up the game during the free period will receive the base game and all expansions as one full offering. Once the free offering is over, the game will run $20.
Next week, you can look forward to two more offerings: Frictional Games' Amnesia: The Dark Descent, for all you horror fans who may not have it already, and Crashlands, a crafting ARPG from Butterscotch Shenanigans.
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