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Over 10 million players have claimed their free copy of Remnant: From the Ashes on Epic Games Store

Perfect World Entertainment and Gunfire Games have announced that Remnant: From the Ashes was claimed over 10 million times last week. The game was available to redeem for free on Epic Games Store from August 13th and until August 20th.

That’s over the number of players that claimed their free copy of A Total War Saga: TROY. SEGA announced earlier this month that more than 7.5 million players have claimed their free copy of A Total War Saga: TROY from EGS.

Remnant: From the Ashes is a third-person survival-action shooter where up to three allies hunt down dangerous foes across ever-changing hostile worlds. The game features over 100 deadly monsters and over 20 bosses across dynamically-generated levels. Players can also build a wicked arsenal to wield and upgrade through a flexible gear-centric progression system.

These numbers prove that more and more players are joining Epic’s digital store. There are still people that boycott all games that release on EGS. However, the service currently has a big enough crowd. So yeah, it appears that Epic’s gamble is paying off. Or at least that’s what these numbers suggest.

Alongside the free games, Epic Games is still signing deals with various publishers and developers. Hitman 3 will release exclusively on Epic Games Store, as will Crysis Remastered.

Stay tuned for more!

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