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Yoku’s Island Express is Free to Claim on Epic Games Store This Week

Yoku's Island Express is Free to Claim on Epic Games

Yoku’s Island Express is Free to Claim on Epic Games Store This Week

September is here, and it brings with it new university terms and pumpkin spice-flavoured products, despite it still being Summer and a free new game. Epic Games Store. Epic continues to offer a free weekend game, just like promised. This week is no exception. The free games last week doubled in size, giving both.AutomachefAndSaints Row: The ThirdIn celebration of the NewSaints RowAnnouncement These titles are now free and can be retired. Epic Games StoreThey has been replaced by a 2D platformer called “The Pinball Platformer”.Yoku’s Island Express.

Yoku’s Island Express was launched in 2018. Despite being a niche pinball game, it received wide acceptance from players and has since been praised by many critics. Yoku’s Island Express lets players play the role of Yoku, a tiny bug postmaster. You must navigate an island full of pinball machines, solving puzzles for its diverse inhabitants and platforming them. There are even some pinball bug boss fights.

The Epic Games Store will not offer Yoku’s Island Express for free for long periods of time. Epic Games’ users keep coming back week after week to check out their storefront. Yoku’s Island Express will be free for one week starting now and ending September 9th at 8:00 AM PST. After you claim Yoku’s Island Express, it will be added to your Epic Games Store library, where it can download and played as you wish.

Epic Games has revealed the next game they will offer free of charge after Yoku’s Island Express. It’s Sheltered, a unique base-building/survival game set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Players will create their shelter with all the necessary items for living after the end. The shelter will be expanded as more survivors join the group and the challenges of the post-apocalyptic world are revealed. Sheltered is free immediately after Yoku’s Island Express vanishes on September 9.

Those looking for additional free games on the Epic Games Store have a range of other options. Epic’s immensely popular Fortnite battle royale or the popular ARPG Path of Exile are just a few of the many options available. There are also other live-service games such as Smite and Spellbreak, Warframe and Rocket League.

As Epic Games continues to develop the platform, it continues to grow. Epic Games recently expanded the Wishlist functionality in the storefront. It was also confirmed that an epic Games WalletThis feature would enable users to keep money in their account for future purchases. Stay tuned for more information about the feature. Epic Games store can find out more about the features and other free games within the next few months.

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