Next year’s free game in the Epic Games Store will be a big’un: Dead By Daylight. I’ve been impressed with the 1v4 multiplayer horror game, and see it steadily grow into one of Steam’s most popular after a while, and it looks like it may slip a way, so that’s a good option. But before that, Epic is currently handing out a completely different way of slaughtering, the hunting simile TheHunter: Call Of The Wild. You know you can skip weapons and just play it like a very pretty walking simulator.
You have until next Thursday at. 4pm (8am Pacific) to grab a free copy of TheHunter: Call Of The Wild for free for keepsies from the Epic Games Store. It usually costs DKK 20. It is made by Expansive Worlds, an offshoot of the Just Cause developers Avalanche, and it is beautiful.
Of course, Thunter’s intended goal is to track down magnificent simulated wildlife and then kill it all, but you can not do that either. You can track the wildlife and then admire it through your binoculars until it either goes or you are satisfied, then go and look at some more beautiful scenery or find another beast to admire. Fraser Brown has written about playing it as a game photography game, and Chris Mullen has encouraged us to lay down our arms as well.
It supports multiplayer so you can just go on a nice hike while chatting with your friends. It will not be possible with next week’s match.
When Thunter replaces on Thursday, December 2, Dead By Daylight will be the new freebie. It’s a 1v4 multiplayer horror game where supernatural killers hunt and sacrifice four stupid children who try to escape the ritual murder zone by repairing generators to open a gate. Then different grades, skills and objects complicate the process.
Some of my favorite streamers have been good inside DBD, but they have never gained traction among my friends, so even though I have admired it from afar, I have not tried it. I do this when it’s free.
Even though Dead By Daylight is doing stupid NFT junk now, they may not deserve your attention.
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