Lara Croft aims a large arrow using a wooden bow deep in a jungle.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Screenshot: Eidos Montreal

As positive as the subsequent sundown, there will probably be extra free video games from Epic. This time, you’ll be able to seize the respectable Shadow of the Tomb Raider, a former Stadia unique sequel, and a few goodies in EA’s free-to-play dodgeball recreation Knockout Metropolis for the low, low worth of completely nothing in any respect.

Launched again in 2018, Shadow of the Tomb Raider was the third entry within the rebooted Tomb Raider sequence that refocused the franchise round survival and stealth. In contrast to the primary two video games, Tomb Raider and Rise of the Tomb Raider, Shadow was developed by Eidos Montreal as a substitute of Crystal Dynamics. Set a couple of 12 months after the occasions of Rise of the Tomb Raider, Shadow sees Lara Croft journey to South America to attempt to cease the apocalypse that she kind of began. Whoops!

Whereas it wasn’t as critically acclaimed as the primary two video games within the rebooted sequence, I nonetheless had a variety of enjoyable with Shadow of the Tomb Raider and its varied puzzle-filled tombs. It additionally ties up the story of the primary two video games and seems, not less than for now, to be the tip of the so-called “Survival Trilogy.” And now you will get it without spending a dime—an excellent worth certainly—by way of the Epic Video games Retailer. You could have till September 8 to seize Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

A pleasant bonus: This model of Shadow of the Tomb Raider accommodates all of the DLC launched for the sport. There was quite a bit, really, in order that’s good.

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Additionally accessible without spending a dime is Submerged: Hidden Depths, which was initially launched in 2020 solely on Stadia again when Google really was spending cash on its beleaguered streaming service. It’s a third-person journey recreation set sooner or later after the world has been totally flooded, forcing you to discover what’s left of Earth by way of boat. Hidden Depths is a follow-up to 2015’s Submerged, a recreation I didn’t actually take care of on the time, but it surely has its followers.

Lastly, for all you dodgeball lovin’ Knockout Metropolis followers on the market—sure, all 12 of you—Epic has partnered with EA and is freely giving one thing referred to as the “Armazillo Bundle.” I don’t know what which means, however hey, its free stuff!

All of those freebies and presents can be found now by way of the Epic Video games PC launcher till September 8.

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