Six game giveaway marks Batman Day for Epic Games Store

Ruben Fields
September 21, 2019

As for the Arkham games, they're a treat, filled with detective shenanigans, bone-crunching violence and almost the entire Batman rogues gallery.

The Epic Games Store is now giving away 6 Batman games away for free. Even if you hate Epic Games, you can't deny this fantastic opportunity to get some free shiz. Plus, Kevin Conroy, the legendary voice of the Dark Knight in Batman: The Animated Series, returns to the role once again for each game. Batman's Arkham collection includes three blockbuster titles including Arkham Asylum, Arkham City and Arkham Knight. These games also feature Batman's arsenal of deadly gadgets, using which the caped crusader takes down a lot of enemies, including men and monsters alike.

Ever since the Epic Games Store launched it has been enticing gamers and developers to sign up by differentiating itself from Steam. The Lego series games are not as intense as the Arkham games but they are just as fun to play. LEGO Batman, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham are the three games included in this package.

Six game giveaway marks Batman Day for Epic Games Store

Epic is also expected to put on a Batman event within its runaway success - the console, computer and mobile phone game "Fortnite". Inside the launcher, simply search for free Batman games in the search bar and download whichever game you want. The most notable titles are in the Batman: Arkham Collection, produced by Rocksteady Games.

While the Lego Batman games certainly have their unique brand of family-friendly charm, the standout titles in this Batman giveaway are no doubt Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City.

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