PC gamers rush to grab two games worth £50 landing in baskets completely free

There’s a great deal going on right now that’s allowing people to grab two games completely free.

Absolutely anyone can take advantage of the offer as long as you have a PC that can play them.

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Epic Games gives away new games every Thursday, and two free games are now available.

The first game available this week is Model Builder, which does exactly what it says on the tin.

Normally priced at £15.49, it’s a virtual workspace where you can build all your favorite models, from airplanes to mechs.

Model building is usually an incredibly expensive hobby, and with Model Builder you can try the hobby completely free.

The blurb says: “Join the latest trend in simulation games, unleash your creativity and create amazing looking models.”

“Cut out your models, assemble them, paint them and then customize them! Build planes, tanks, ships, figures and much more.

“Sell your creations for a profit to expand your toolkit. Create stunning and epic scale models for the world to see.

“Embark on a fascinating journey following in the footsteps of Grandfather Stan and his achievements, discover the secrets of the past, accept orders and competitions and become a master model maker.”

The second game available this week is the action RPG Soulstice, which normally sells for £35.

The blurb reads: “Explore a dark world full of hidden secrets and master a diverse combat system.”

“You will inhabit the powers of two sisters in a dark coming-of-age fantasy story with fast-paced action, vicious enemies and spectacular boss fights.”

To get your free games, you need to install the Epic Games Launcher on your PC.

You can then go to the store pages of these games and download them directly to the launcher.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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