Get Observer and Alan Wake’s American Nightmare are available for free on the Epic Games Store next week
Epic Games has released its next lineup for free games. This time, Epic Games is not giving away a single game, but two creepy games in time for Halloween – both Alan Wake’s American Nightmare and Observer are available for free from October 17 to October 24. Both of these new games will be replacing the Surviving Mars and its DLC as the free weekly content offered in the Epic Games Store.
For those who haven’t aware of Alan Wake’s American Nightmare. It is actually a spin-off of the classic thriller Alan Wake. Most part of this game revolves around an episode of Night Springs, an in-universe show that’s an obvious homage to The Twilight Zone.
Alan Wake’s friend is asleep in a motel room while the show plays on the TV, and a narrator explains the action as it plays out. In the episode, Alan is trying to chase down his evil doppelganger, Mr. Scratch, but gets stuck in a time loop and must keep repeating his actions.
On the other hand, Observer is a cyberpunk horror game from Layers of Fear developer Bloober Team that stars Rutger Hauer. This game is focused on a futuristic Poland, where you play as Daniel Lazarski, a detective who can hack people’s brain implants in order to interrogate them. When Daniel receives an unexpected call from his estranged son, a fragmented, trippy mystery lays itself out before you.
Epic Games has first started giving away some games in December 2018. In May 2019, Epic increased the frequency of free game releases to one a week. Both of the games that have been released for free this week are full of fun and excitement. So, hop on them if you’re in the mood to be scared.
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