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Epic Is Giving Away Free Games Every Day Over The Holidays

For the fifth year in a row, the Epic Games Store will have daily free games to give away during the holiday season.


The Epic Games Store is celebrating the festive season with not only a themed holiday sale, but also a daily free game. You'll have 24 hours to claim each one of these games, and once you do, they're yours to keep forever.

The first game that people can grab is DNF Duel, with the daily giveaway starting next week on December 19 and ending on January 4, which means you can get one free game each day for 15 days.

Epic has regularly given games away during the holiday season since 2019, and there are usually a great selection of games to add to your library every year. For example, last year saw games like Death Stranding, Sable, and Wolfenstein: The New Order given away to EGS members.

Epic typically reserves its biggest and most high-profile game for Christmas Day, and you'll have until 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET each day to grab the daily freebie. There's no confirmed list of the games that'll be offered, but it's likely to be a mix of AAA and indie games during the days that this promotion runs. It's worth noting that the event will temporarily replace the normal weekly release of free games until it ends in January 2024.

December 19 - DNF Duel

DNF Duel
DNF Duel

Based on the MMO Dungeon Fighter Online, DNF Duel was released last year. Developed by Guilty Gear studio Arc System Works, Eighting Co, and Neople, DNF Duel puts some fun spins on traditional fighting games with its unique health bar system, easy-to-learn fundamentals, and simple controls that make it a breeze to play. The game also looks fantastic with its anime-inspired visuals--you can definitely see Arc's handiwork with the dynamic animations, and there are a total of 16 unique characters to play as. Throw in robust online and local modes for multiplayer, and you've got a solid fighting game to add to your collection.

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