Epic Games Holidays Free Games 2020

The Epic Games Store is back once again with the Holiday Sale 2020 edition. If you fondly remember those $10 coupons it gave out last year with qualifying purchases, you’ll be pleased to know the same deal is back again. Better yet, the first one is free to claim if you just “purchase” a free game over the next 15 days. You can get Cities Skylines today, but any freebie will do.

Once you have your coupon, you can head on over to the store to make a purchase if you feel so inclined. The coupons are good on any title that’s $14.99 USD or more. You’ll notice the coupon is also good to stack on top of the Epic Games Store Holiday Sale 2020, which makes this a powerful value combination worth considering if anything on the list appeals to you. You can even stack these coupons by making additional qualifying purchases, and there’s no limit. That’s a lot of value to consider, if you’re okay with sticking with Epic for those future purchases. Just remember to spend them before they expire on January 7. You can read all the terms here.

 

Be sure to check that list twice

This is the best sale I’ve seen on the Epic Games Store in recent times, as it contains quite a few new releases. Ubisoft, EA, Activision, and some of the other heavy hitting publishers are dominating the headlines, but don’t let that stop you from digging into the full list of games. There are a lot of potential presents waiting to be delivered to your digital doorstep.

We can’t possibly list everything in this sale, but here are a few games that catch the eye: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla for $49.79, Iron Harvest for $39.99, Star Wars: Squadrons for $23.99, Death Stranding for $29.99, Amnesia: Rebirth for $23.99, Fuser for $39.59, The Mafia franchise, Windbound, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2, and the list just goes on and on.

Godfall epic games store holiday sale 2020

Godfall is on sale too. I can do this all day.

There’s a mix of everything from AAA games to indie titles and around 200 noteworthy games all in all. If you like value, now’s the time of year to look at sales like this one.

Don’t forget to check back for the new free offers each day, too. Epic will make a new game available for free every 24 hours. It’s your job to claim them during each window, so don’t let your mind slip, not even for a day. These free games will keep coming until 2020 draws to a close.

Please note that all prices are in USD.

Kevin Foley
Kevin's go-to gaming genres are shooters, RPGs, and tactical strategy, though he enjoys the occasional puzzle game too. When he finds a narrative he really likes, he feels inclined to tell the world all about it.

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