The Epic Games Store has launched a Mega Sale that’ll last an entire month. It’s fair to say the Epic Games Store is truly spoiling gamers after giving away Grand Theft Auto 5 for free yesterday.
The Mega Sale, and it really is mega, features more games than you can throw a stick at, with many discounted up to 75% off. The takeaway, however, comes in the form of a free £10 coupon that can be put forward to anything in the store that costs £14.99 and above.
For more information on the Mega Sale, check out Epic Games’ Mega Sale page here. It’s an extensive list that’ll have many of us scrolling through squealing with glee at some of the prices. The highlights from the Mega Sale include:
- Assassin’s Creed Origins (Gold Edition) – £8.74
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – £6.49
- Borderlands 3 – £14.99
- Control – £13.99
- The Division 2: Warlords of New York Edition – £17.49
- Far Cry New Dawn – £5.19
- Farming Simulator 19 – £14.73
- Metro Exodus – £7.49
- Watch Dogs 2 – £4.99
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – £10.49
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – £35.74
It’s enough to make your eyes water. Other titles include several from the Assassin’s Creed franchise. These include Assassin’s Creed III Remastered, Rogue, Syndicate, and Unity.
Metro Last Light Redux and Metro 2033 Redux are also up for grabs as well as entries from the Far Cry franchise, (Far Cry 3, 4, 5, and Primal).
We could be here all day listing them off, but needless to say, it’s a deal that shouldn’t be missed. Plus, as the lockdown restrictions remain in place, what better reason do you need than to play a discounted title or two?
Lastly, you’ll receive an additional £10 coupon for every eligible purchase made during this month-long sale. Following the free game launch for Grand Theft Auto 5. This launch was significant for two reasons. Firstly, it’s Grand Theft Auto 5, and it was being given away for free, but secondly, the launch crashed the site. Any surprise?
Epic Games Store announced on Twitter that they were “experiencing high traffic on the Epic Games Store.”
As seen below, they explained that they were “aware that users may be encountering slow loading times, 500 errors, or launcher crashing at this time, and we are actively working to scale. We’ll provide an update as soon as we can.”
We understand that many users are unable to access the Epic Games Store at this time. We appreciate your patience as we continue to work towards a resolution to mitigate traffic.
— Epic Games Store (@EpicGames) May 14, 2020