It’s been a busy week for information out of the Epic Games Store, because it was just lately introduced that Rocket League developer Psyonix will be acquired by Epic and the vehicular soccer recreation will likely be coming to the service later this yr. In addition, Epic continues to problem Steam with its biweekly free recreation choices, with previous freebies together with acclaimed titles like The Witness, Oxenfree, What Remains of Edith Finch, and Subnautica.
Now, the newest free PC recreation from Epic is obtainable: World of Goo replaces Transistor as the most recent giveaway. From now till May 16, you may obtain the sport, and it will be yours to maintain. If you do not have already got an Epic account, all it’s important to do is create one (which is free). It’s well worth the 30 seconds it will take you to enroll, as Epic has already established a monitor report of providing some nice video games without charge.
World of Goo is an award-winning, physics-based puzzle recreation that includes constructing bridges, towers, and different buildings to navigate numerous ranges. Your constructing instruments are balls of goo, and there are a number of several types of goo with their very own distinctive skills. The recreation additionally features a multiplayer sandbox space the place gamers world wide can compete to construct the tallest towers of goo and full different challenges. World of Goo initially launched on PC again in 2008 however simply acquired its first replace in 10 years (more likely to put together for this Epic giveaway). The replace features a full remaster of the sport, together with improved body charge, HD decision, and 16:9 side ratio. So there’s really no higher time to snag this traditional (and really foolish) recreation.
If World of Goo is not your factor, hold tight, as a result of one other freebie will drop later this month. Stories Untold, which features a genre-mixing anthology of mysterious and revolutionary story-driven video games, will likely be Epic’s subsequent PC giveaway. Look for it within the Epic Store beginning May 16.