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Frostpunk is Currently Free on Epic Games Store for a Limited Time

For a limited time, all users can redeem and download Frostpunk for free from the Epic Games Store. Following the free distribution of Among Us, the store is now offering the post-apocalyptic city-building and survival game developed by 11 Bit Studios. The game can be obtained until June 10, at 12:00 PM local time.

Frostpunk, like other free games from Epic Games, will remain in the user’s account forever after redemption, just as if it had been purchased. Simply download the game from the Epic Games Store app to begin playing.

Frostpunk, which debuted in 2018, is a game that combines city-building mechanics with a survival simulator. The goal is to build the last habitable city in a frozen post-apocalyptic world and ensure the community’s survival at any cost.

The narrative is still a big part of the game. Throughout the campaign, the weather will become increasingly unbearable, and the player will be forced to make moral and ethical decisions to protect all of the inhabitants, such as putting children to work or killing the very sick.

You will have to deal with people’s moods in addition to fighting the deadly cold. The player’s choices will have an immediate impact on the city’s residents. Putting sawdust in food, for example, will reduce community hope and cause disease.

Frostpunk Coming to Mobile

Frostpunk is available on Steam, PS4, and Xbox One, in addition to the PC version on the Epic Games Store. In addition, developer 11 Bit Studios intends to release an Android cellphone and iPhone (iOS) edition of the game in 2021 in collaboration with NetEase Games.

Frostpunk Mobile, according to the producer, will have mechanics similar to the PC version, but with additional features such as an adventure mode with roguelike elements, laws, guild systems, and stations to guard rare animals. Although no specific release date has been set, Frostpunk Mobile will be available in alpha testing until the end of 2021.

Sources: PocketTactics, Eurogamer via Tecnoblog

By Earl Stewart

Earl is one of those gamers who will play almost any new games. But he more prefers playing FPS and open world games.