Epic Games has revealed the next lineup of free games that will be given away starting next week. Turn-based strategy Fort Triumph and voxel-style RPG in a Box will be available to claim on the Epic Games Store at no cost between December 1st and December 8th.
In case you missed out, players can add EA Motive's space dogfighting game, Star Wars: Squadrons, to their Epic Games library for no cost until December 1st, prior to it being replaced by Fort Triumph and RPG in a Box. Star Wars Squadrons offers an adrenaline-fuelled piloting experience, allowing players to represent the New Republic or Imperial in strategic space battles. They can take control of starfighters like X-Wing and TIE fighters, while they can also customize loadouts and cosmetics to reflect their style.
Fort Triumph is a turn-based, XCOM-inspired, strategy game that has players improving a team of heroes, collecting artifacts, and building towns. Players will lead a band of heroes with unique skill sets. It features plenty of missions with different locations and events, procedurally-generated maps, and a story mode in which players will take on a new adventure with their team. They will collect resources, build a base, and train heroes to create a faction themselves. Fort Triumph also allows players to utilize the surroundings like trees or boulders as a potential weapon during combat.
RPG in a Box, on the other hand, lets players create voxel-style RPGs and adventure games with a wide array of tools and customization options. For example, weather systems, non-grid movement, deck-building, skeletal animations, and particle effects are among the options available for creators. According to the game's website, players can turn their ideas into games without any knowledge of programming and modeling. Moreover, RPG in a Box allows players to export their games to a format for any OS they want, including Windows, Linux, and MacOS. That also means other players can experience your game without having to own RPG in a Box.
Two games were been made available for free of charge last week, Evil Dead: The Game and Dark Deity. Epic Games has given away more than 80 games this year thus far, and it looks like players will be able to claim more free games in the future. Fort Triumph and RPG in a Box will be free to claim from Epic Games starting on December 1st.