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Epic Games Store Free Games for July 2023: Elder Scrolls Online Pack, Murder by Numbers

JJ Rankin  |   Jul 14, 10:33 AM   |   6 min read

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The Epic Games Store is still giving away free games each week throughout 2023. The Epic Games Store free games are available to anyone who has an Epic Games Store account; they’ll be added to their libraries and launched from there. Epic has been giving away free games on a weekly basis, to attract players to join their store.


The newest free Epic Games Store titles have been revealed. The Elder Scrolls Online and Murder by Numbers can be claimed for free from Epic’s PC marketplace between July 20-27.  They’ll replace Train Valley 2, which is now free to claim until July 20.


Fortnite Players Predict A Elder Scrolls Online Crossover



Epic's last offering was Geneforge 1: Mutagen, Iratus: Lord of the Dead, and Hood: Outlaws and Legends. While Iratus is a roguelike RPG, Hood is a stealthy player vs. player vs. environment title, and Geneforge is a top-down RPG set in a fantasy world. The Epic Games Store gave away 99 free titles last year and 89 games in 2021. These games reportedly had a combined worth of $2,240 and users claimed over 700 million free titles.

In related news, some details have emerged about Elder Scrolls Online that have led Fortnite players to believe that the leaked crossover between the two games could launch for free. Fortnite leaker ShiinaBR shared a screenshot of an encrypted file for the new Berserker Outfit, which seemingly teased the eventual arrival of an Elder Scrolls Online crossover. Epic Games and Bethesda Softworks have yet to confirm that a crossover is in the works. Fortnite’s most recent brand crossover brought in The Witcher’s Ciri and Yennefer of Vengerberg to the Island. 

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