A popular Bethesda game can now be downloaded for free for a limited time. While many know Bethesda from the games it develops with its in-house team — The older scrolls And Fallout – it also owns a range of other studios that like it DOOM, dishonored, Wolfenstein, and a variety of other series. One of the best teams it owns is Arkane Studios, the team that has left behind most recently Deathloop and evicting the team redfall this would. That said, the team is actually best known for the aforementioned dishonored. And it’s a game from this series made free, courtesy of Epic Games Store.
Until next Thursday, February 9, all users of the Epic Games Store can get their hands on a copy Disgraced: death of the outsider free, without obligation. For those who don’t know: Disgraced: death of the outsider is a 2017 action-adventure game and standalone expansion for Disgraced 2 that wraps up the story of the series. Upon release, the PC version received an 81 on Metacritic.
“Take on the role of Billie Lurk (aka Megan Foster), once one of Dunwall’s most notorious assassins,” reads an official story description for the game. “Reunited with your old mentor, the legendary assassin Daud, you undertake the greatest assassination ever conceived: to assassinate the Outsider, a divine figure Billie and Daud consider instrumental in some of the Empire’s most dishonorable moments. While as you venture deep into the realm of the grittiest reaches of Karnaca to unravel the mystery of the Outsider and his origins, you’ll encounter deadly opposition, ancient powers and tough decisions that will change the world around you forever.
Once redeemed, the game is yours to keep. The offerings and access are not limited to a subscription service, such as the “free games” that PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold release each month. And creating an Epic Games Store account takes nothing but an email and a few minutes of your time. That said, if you’re reading this after February 9, you’re too late. Luckily, if you’re late, it means there’s a new free offer as it refreshes every Thursday, every week.