Ever since the Epic Games Store launched it has been enticing gamers and developers to sign up by differentiating itself from Steam. One of the incentives to signing up for a free account is two PC games for free every week. However, this week you can grab six games for free!
As Eurogamer reports, the usual two free games has turned into six because both free game slots are occupied by Batman trilogies. There's the Batman Arkham Collection and the Lego Batman Trilogy, which usually cost $60 each meaning you'll save $120 by grabbing the games right now on Epic's digital store.
Batman Arkham Collection contains Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight. The first two games have a Metacritic average score above 90, where as Arkham Knight achieved a still respectable 70. Be warned that these three games are unsuitable for children, but then there's the second trilogy of games for them.
The Lego Batman Trilogy contains Lego Batman: The Videogame, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, and Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. The first two games have a Metacritic average score above 80, where as Lego Batman 3 scored mid-70s.
You have until Sept. 26 to take advantage of this offer before the next free games appear to replace them. If you don't yet have an Epic Games Store account, this is certainly a big incentive to take a few minutes and set one up. Even if you don't enjoy Batman games, there's always next week's free titles.