ARK Survival Evolved artwork

ARK: Survival Evolved & Samurai Shodown Neo-Geo Collection are free to own on Epic Games Store

Epic Games has announced that ARK: Survival Evolved & Samurai Shodown Neo-Geo Collection are currently available for free on Epic Games Store. From today and until June 18th, PC gamers can visit their EGS pages and acquire their free copies.

ARK Survival Evolved is a survival game, featuring dinosaurs. In this game, players must eat and drink to survive, with different kinds of plants & meat having different nutritional properties, including human meat. Players must also ensure a supply of fresh water to their home and inventory is a pressing concern.

“All physical actions come at a cost of food and water, long-distance travel is fraught with subsistence peril! Inventory weight makes you move slower, and the day/night cycle along with randomized weather patterns add another layer of challenge. This dynamic day/night cycle will alter the temperature of the environment, causing you to hunger or thirst more quickly. Build a fire or shelter, and craft a large variety of customizable clothing & armors, to help protect yourself against locational damage & extreme temperatures using the dynamic indoor/outdoor insulation calculation system.”

On the other hand, Samurai Shodown Collection features seven fighting games that came out on NEO-GEO arcade. These are classic fighting games, and I’m pretty sure that all NEO-GEO fans will immediately grab this pack. Furthermore, each title comes with online versus battle modes.

You can acquire your free copy of ARK Survival Evolved and Samurai Shodown NEO-GEO Collection from here and here, respectively.

Have fun!

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