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Looking to fill that backlog with even more titles that you may never play? Then head on over to the Epic Games Store, as the Steam competitor is currently offering free copies of Total War: WARHAMMER and City of Brass. These games will be available for free until April 7 at 11:00 a.m. EST. Thea 2: The Shattering, a strategy game from MuHa Games, is also available at no cost via GOG until April 1.

City of Brass (Epic Games Store)

Become a daring thief in City of Brass, a first-person action adventure from senior BioShock developers.

Armed with scimitar and a versatile whip, you’ll lash and slash, bait and trap your way to the heart of an opulent, Arabian Nights-themed metropolis – or face certain death as time runs out.

Total War: WARHAMMER (Epic Games Store)

Hundreds of hours of gameplay await you at the dawn of a new era. Total War: WARHAMMER brings to life a world of legendary heroes, towering monsters, flying creatures, storms of magical power and regiments of nightmarish warriors.

Embark on campaigns of conquest as the valiant men of the Empire, the vengeful Dwarfs, the murderous Vampire Counts and the brutal Orcs and Goblins of the Greenskin tribes. Each Race is wholly different with its own unique characters, campaign mechanics, battlefield units and play style.

Thea 2: The Shattering (GOG)

Thea 2: The Shattering is a follow-up to the successful Thea: The Awakening, which brings the idea of innovative genre hybrid, with elements of turn-based, 4X strategy, survival, RPG and a card game, to entirely new and thoroughly polished level.

The player takes on a role of a deity from the Slavic mythology-inspired pantheon and as such, controls the fate of a small flock of believers struggling for survival. This goal can be achieved in many ways, from diplomacy to war, from exploring to conquering, but any playstyle will surely lead to completely unique adventures thanks to the procedurally generated environments. Rich options, from crafting to town-building system, as well as the co-op multiplayer gameplay, make Thea 2 an ideal choice for tactically minded players, who are up for a challenge.

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1 comment

  1. I played Thea: The Awakening and it was ok; I completely ignored the whole card game combat by using the autocombat option. I bought Thea 2 quite a while back, and it is still in my backlog.

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