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This Great AAA Game Is Free To Keep On Epic Store | Steam VS Epic Store Which Is Better?

Free Epic Games This Week
Free Epic Games This Week

Epic Store’s Free To Keep Games this week makes Epic Store a huge success. The company is bringing new and new AAA titles for absolutely free to keep. Once again they have come up with a great title that will save you a lot of money.

The epic store is giving away Just Cause 4 and Wheels of Aurelia this week. You can keep these games forever.

Just Cause 4 Free download

This is true that you might pay a little bit more on the Epic Store than on Steam, but when it comes to free to keep games, no one in the gaming industry can compete with Epic store.

The epic store seems to have very good work ethics. This company cares about the customers as well as the developers and having such balance is very hard to find.

Steam Store VS Epic Store

We know that Steam has more offers and cheaper games, but this does not apply to the USA especially. Prices at the Epic Store and Steam Store are most of the time very similar.

Hence, we should support them. Of course, we should always buy a game from a store where it is cheaper, but if you have got some great AAA titles from Epic Store, why not support them.

On Epic store gives a bit older, but AAA titles like Watch Dogs, Just Cause, Sherlock Homes, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate free to keep.

On the other hand, On the Steam Store, we saw the latest AAA games like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Far Cry 5, Gears 5, Borderlands, etc. However, this catch is that Steam provides these titles free to play for a limited period of time (mostly 2-3 days) after which you need to buy these games if you wish to continue playing.

Both the companies have their own business models, according to us, Epic Store’s Free to Keep AAA titles are an advantage because it is harder to convince a game developer/publisher to give away a AAA game even if it is 2-4 years old.

Epic maintains a balance between keeping the customers and developers happy resulting in which it manages to bring some great AAA titles free to claim for life.

Both the companies are doing good work, however, we know Steam already has a lot of players, so supporting Epic at this time will be a good step.

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