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Epic Games Store ‘Mega Sale’ goes live with deals on Control, Borderlands 3, and more

The Epic Games Store kicked off a four-week sale on Thursday, providing reductions of as much as 75% off dozens of PC video games — and, in fact, freely giving Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5.

Epic’s “Mega Sale” has reductions on PC video games like Control, Borderlands 3, Metro Exodus, Shenmue 3, and Anno 1800, all of that are 50% off throughout the sale. The full listing of video games and their numerous reductions is offered at Epic’s website, however a number of the extra substantial reductions apply to older video games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (70% off), Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (67% off), and Alan Wake (90% off).

Sweetening the deal is a $10 coupon that may be earned by signing into your Epic Games account. It can be utilized on eligible video games or add-ons priced at $14.99 or above. And for any eligible buy of $14.99 or extra on the Epic Games Store, Epic will give patrons one other $10 coupon for his or her subsequent buy. More particulars can be found at Epic’s FAQ.

If you’re simply right here for the free video games, you may seize GTA 5 now that Epic’s servers have stabilized. Additional free video games shall be launched each Thursday by way of June 11.

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