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Civilization 6 is now free on the Epic Store – the next free games have leaked, too

Epic’s large giveaway of Grand Theft Auto V was not the final of the shop’s high-profile free PC video games – now you will get Sid Meier’s Civilization VI without cost on the platform. The back-to-back giveaways of GTA 5 and Civ 6 additionally lend credence to a leaked checklist of free video games which were making the rounds, so we probably know what to anticipate for the subsequent two weeks, as effectively.

You can head to the Epic Games Store web page to say Civilization VI for your self. It’s out there till May 28 at 8:00 PDT / 11:00 EDT / 16:00 BST, and as soon as claimed, will stay in your library ceaselessly. This free launch doesn’t include any DLC, however you may improve to the Platinum Edition – which accommodates each paid replace except for the brand new Frontier Pass – for $39.99 USD, and even much less should you nonetheless have the coupon from the GTA 5 giveaway.

A leak on Reddit appropriately predicted that GTA 5 can be adopted up by Civilization VI, and if the prediction stays right, we’re getting one other 2K-published favorite on May 28 with Borderlands: The Handsome Collection. Then, on June 4, we’ll see the free launch of Ark: Survival Evolved.

We’ll quickly see if the second half of the leak pans out, however for now, you’ve bought a number of hundred hours to lose to top-of-the-line technique video games on PC.

The Civilization VI – New Frontier Pass is now out there for buy! Buy now and immediately unlock the Maya & Gran Colombia Pack content material.

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— Sid Meier’s Civilization (@CivRecreation) May 21, 2020

There are nice free Steam video games on the market, too, if Civ 6 isn’t fairly what you’re on the lookout for proper now.

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