Saturnalia and Warhammer 40K Mechanicus Giveaway

Saturnalia and Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus games are now available for free Download

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Saturnalia, the stunning new survival horror game from acclaimed developer Santa Ragione, is free on the Epic Games Store this week, alongside Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus.

Saturnalia is out today (October 27) and is free to download from Epic Games. If you don’t feel like engaging in some spooky deduction befitting Halloween, you can grab a copy of Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus.

If you’re interested in downloading any of this week’s free games, you can do so by clicking the links provided below.


Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus:

Saturnalia Game

About Saturnalia Game:

Inspired by the myths and legends of the island of Sardinia, this game promises to be it’s most ambitious to date, plunging players into a mysterious past where they must unravel the mysteries of a long-lost village.

The player assumes control of a cast of characters in this rogue-like adventure set in a village resembling a maze and ruled by a powerful, otherworldly evil.

Saturnalia will have a dark, Giallo-inspired aesthetic, and it will combine challenging rogue-like gameplay with a wealth of rich Sardinian folklore to create a non-linear adventure with procedurally generated dungeons, an array of puzzles, and an engaging yet somewhat abstract narrative.

About Warhammer 40K: Mechanicus Game:

Warhammer 40K Mechanicus Game Play

Take charge of the Adeptus Mechanicus, which has the most advanced technology of any army in the Imperium. In this turn-based tactical game, every choice you make will have a big effect on how the mission goes. Will the Omnissiah bring you blessings?

Control the actions of your Tech-Priests as you build your ideal team and uncover long-lost technologies.

In more than 50 carefully crafted missions, the outcome of your command will depend on the choices you make. The fate of the Imperium hinges on the decisions you make.

With fully customizable units, resource management mechanics, a huge arsenal of devastating weapons, multiple storyline choices, and over 50 stages of brutal battles with the advancing Xenos, Mechanicus, like its gaming cousins, offers hours and hours of strategic tabletop action that will keep Genestealer painters busy until the wee hours of the morning.