Free control for one day on the epic games store, this is amazing, right? The epic games store is giving an amazing offer, I mean the Control for free is available as part of the 15 days of free promotion. The game will only be available free until the 27th 11 am.
To get the game all you need to do is to simply log in to the epic games store (or you can also create an account), navigate to Control’s game page, and then tap on “Get” to add the game to your library for free.
Free Control for One Day on the Epic Games Store
The verge stated that the control was a freebie on the Epic Games Store this past June, so if you have missed picking it up then, you now have another chance to grab it for free. Now that’s what we call good news right?
The action-adventure game was even named one of The Verge’s top games of 2019, and it follows Jesse Faden, the Director of a secret agency called the Federal Bureau of Control, as she harnesses the supernatural abilities to combat a paranormal force.
In addition to the Holiday Sale, which is said to offer discounts on titles like Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Far Cry 6, the Epic Games Store is giving every player a $10 coupon, which applies to games at a specified price or it could be above.
The coupon is said to last until the end of the Holiday Sale on January 6th, 2022, and there is no limit to how many games you can use it with.
If you are ready to fill up your cart with 10 games over the given price, you will get $10 off each of those games. The Epic Games Store will also offer a free game every day until the 30th of December.
What the Epic Games Store is about
The Epic Games Store currently offers support to PC and Mac. You can even check platform compatibility for individual titles by referring to the “About Game” section of any of the product pages.
You can even find upcoming features, developer updates, and major known issues on the Epic Games Store Roadmap on Trello.
Like I earlier wrote above this article, Epic will be offering a new free game available each week throughout the year 2021. When you claim any free game, it is yours to keep – even after the game is no longer made available to new customers for free.
Once you claim a free game, it’s yours to keep. If in case you come back later and do not see it in your account, you will need to check to see if you have multiple accounts.
If you have created an Epic account using an @gmail.com email address, log in to it directly with the use of your Gmail password; using the Google login button will create a distinct account even if it’s tied to the same @gmail.com email address.
And check to see if you have both a console-linked account (logging in via PlayStation, Xbox, or Nintendo account) and a separate Epic account. If you still encounter issues, please contact player support here.