The Epic Store has partnered with game developer & publisher David OReilly to give anyone a free copy of nature/universe simulation game Everything (Windows PC version), between September 26 and October 3, as part of the store’s now weekly giveaway event. The game can be downloaded directly via Epic’s game launcher.
The Everything Giveaway
The game, a very nice gift otherwise sold $20, can be downloaded for Windows directly from the new Epic store at epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/everything/home, starting September 26, 2019 until October 03! The game requires an Intel Core 2 Duo E6320 (2*1866) or equivalent, as well as 2 GB RAM or higher, and 2 GB disk space. The free version is available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Polish, BP, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese.
Everything is a simulation game developed by artist David OReill, where the player has the ability to explore a procedurally generated universe and control various objects within it.
About Epic Store
Epic’s new game store was recently created to offer an alternative to market leader, Steam, essentially by providing a larger cut of sale revenues to game developers and publishers, and by promising to make cross-platform play a lot easier to implement.
More details can be found directly at Epic’s store: epicgames.com/store