This week, the Epic Games Store has XCOM 2 and Insurmountable for free. You can download and keep them for free this week.
One is a fantastic sci-fi strategy game, while the other is a roguelike mountaineering game.
During the week of April 14 to April 21, anyone who has an Epic Games Store account and a PC can download and add both games to their library. At that point, they can download and play them at any time.
To grab these two games, visit the below links:
XCOM 2: https://store.epicgames.com/
Sign in to your account and click the ‘GET’ button then proceed to place the order.
That’s it. the game gets added to your library and it will be yours forever to keep.
About XCOM 2:
It was made by Firaxis Games and came out in 2016. This is the sequel to 2012’s award-winning strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
The Earth has shifted. It has been twenty years since world leaders unconditionally surrendered to alien forces. XCOM, the planet’s final defense, was devastated and dispersed.
In this sequel, aliens have taken control of Earth. They construct beautiful cities that appear to offer humanity a bright future on the surface, but they conceal a nefarious plan and murder everyone who does not follow their laws.
Everyone else has to live somewhere in the middle. There are people who want to stand up for humanity in this place again as they did before. The remnants of XCOM must find a way to start a global resistance and get rid of the alien threat once and for all. They are always on the run and face impossible odds.
If you die in Insurmountable, you have to start over. You have to climb huge mountains in the game. Because of the way the environment was made, no two climbs are the same. Make sure that your climber doesn’t die by always making sure that your vital values don’t fall into a dangerous range.
Dynamic weather systems, day/night changes, and a lot of random events make this task more difficult. You can’t predict how these events will end before they happen, so it’s hard to do this task. What you do is important, every single one of them. Because you don’t know who will be your last one.