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Tomb Raider series to be free soon


On September 1, the Epic Games Store will be able to allow PC gamers to download an episode of the Tomb Raider series for free, but not only…

The next free titles to be offered by the Epic Games Store September 1, 2022 are now making themselves known. And among the two games that will arrive after Ring of Pain (the title currently offered)PC gamers will have the opportunity to add the latest Lara Croft adventure to their library.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider offered by EGS

So those who have not yet been able to approach the title in question will be able to catch up, without making the slightest expenditure, starting next week. They will then have seven days to download it, and thus acquire it definitively.

In addition to this dark journey through the Peruvian jungle, launched in a quest to prevent the apocalypse, users of the Epic Games Store will also be entitled to a second title: Submerged: Hidden Depths.

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And, unlike the first one, it wants to offer a much more peaceful experience by sending the players to serenely explore the sunken city and the surroundings to which they will be propelled.

To get a better idea of what to expect in this game developed by Uppercut Gameswe invite you to read the pitch and to take a look at the video reported below.

A sunken city, spikes of skyscrapers that stand stubbornly above the waves. Deserted villages, now inhabited by enigmatic creatures. And at the bottom of the surging ocean lurks an angry, tormented presence.
Submerged: Hidden Depths is a serene exploration adventure devoid of third-person combat that takes place in the sunken ruins of a beautiful world. Play as Miku, afflicted with a mysterious power that she wants to use for good, and Taku, determined not to let that power separate them.

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