Last Chance To Grab These Two Free PC Games

It's a great week for board game fans.


You still have time to pick up the latest Epic Games Store freebies. This week brings a pair of digital board games from Asmodee Digital: Ticket to Ride and Carcassonne. Both games will be free until tomorrow, February 13 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET. The duo were originally supposed to be joined by a third game, Pandemic, but Epic changed its plans last week and pushed Pandemic's free promotion to a later date.

Ticket to Ride
Ticket to Ride

Ticket to Ride is a great adaptation of the 2004 strategy board game that quickly became a massive success. The game revolves around building railway routes across the world. Players draw destination cards at the start of each round and work to cover the most ground with their train cars. Ticket to Ride has online and offline multiplayer, and there's even a single-player mode to help you hone your skills.


Carcassonne is an authentic adaptation of the 2000 tile-based board game named after the medieval French town. Players place random tiles on the board each turn, gradually building the world map piece by piece. As different areas start to take shape, players can place their seven followers on the board to earn points for completed roadways, cities, farmland, etc.

To claim Ticket to Ride and Carcassonne, all you need is a free Epic account. Once added to your library, Epic's free games are yours to keep forever.

Epic has already revealed next week's freebies, and it'll be another two-game week. Medieval action-RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance and stylish beat 'em up Aztez will be free starting February 13.

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