Hundred Days is included in next week’s Epic Games Store free offer

Epic Games Store free Hundred Days grid

The first day of September has finally arrived, which means that the Epic Games Store has begun its three-game free offer that we covered a few days ago. But say you have no interest in Shadow of the Tomb Raider or any of the other games included in the giveaway. What free games will the Epic Games Store hand out after the current giveaway ends on September 8 at 10 AM ET? Well, now we know the answer. From September 8 until September 15, players can claim both Hundred Days and the Realm Royale Reforged Epic Launch Bundle without having to pay a penny.

For whatever reason, the Epic Games Store page for Hundred Days explains next to nothing about the game, whereas the Steam page does the opposite. The Steam page states that Hundred Days gives players control over a winery, hence the subtitle Winemaking Simulator.


What more?

Players will have to follow nearly every step of the winemaking process, which includes deciding “which vines to grow” and learning “how to grow them and when to harvest.” Notably, players can opt to play it safe and produce large quantities of cheap wine, or they can invest more resources into higher-quality wine that will boost the company’s image.

Some may not vibe with the somewhat unconventional nature of Hundred Days, however, so they might enjoy the Realm Royale Reforged Epic Launch Bundle instead.  For those who do not know, Realm Royale Reforged serves as an updated version of the 2018 free-to-play game Realm Royale. By downloading the Epic Launch Bundle, players will get access to the Death’s Edge Assassin Skin, Bokserker Chicken Skin and the Nogard Mount. All in all, next week’s Epic Games Store free offer may not be quite as jam-packed as the current one, but those who have any interest in either game will likely enjoy it nonetheless.

Epic Games Store free Realm Royale Reforged art

Daniel Pinheiro
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