The Epic Games Store’s next free game has apparently leaked, and if the leak is accurate, it’s one of the biggest free games digital has ever given away.showcase. The leak comes by way of the Twitter user a well-known leaker best known for leaking free PS Plus games and Play store free. According to the leaker, the next free game that Epic Games will give away between April 6 and 13 is dying lightor more specifically, Dying Light: Enhanced Editiona special edition of the game that comes with extra content, including Dying Light: What’s Next.
dying light was released on January 27, 2015 by Techland, who, up until that point, was predominantly known for Dead Islandand to a lesser extent, Juarez call. He is now best known for dying lightit is the most successful game to date, having sold over 20 million copies during its eight years on the market.
“From the creators of successful titles Dead Island and Juarez call. Winner of over 50 industry awards and nominations. The game, whose uncompromising approach to gameplay set new standards for first-person zombie games,” read an official commentary on the game. “It continues to support new content and free community events years after launch. Survive in a city beset by a zombie virus! Discover the difficult choice you will have to make in your secret mission. Will loyalty to your superiors be stronger than the will to save the survivors? The choice is yours…”
For those who do not know: dying light got a sequel in 2022, appropriately titled dying light 2. It sold five million copies in its first month, but it seems the sequel hasn’t achieved the same staying power as the first game, which sold at a steady pace for many years after its release. The games were similarly reviewed, but the first game seems to be more fondly remembered of the two. Unfortunately, the sequel is $59.99 atalthough it is possible that it will go on sale once and if the first game is free next week.
With all that said, please take this leak with a grain of salt as it is just a leak, not official information. The source in question has proven to be trustworthy and reputable in the past, but the past is the past and there are no guarantees when it comes to leaks.