Just Cause 4 and Wheels of Aurelia Are Now Free on Epic Games Store

Just Cause 4 and Wheels of Aurelia Are Now Free on Epic Games Store

Epic Games Store offers Just Cause 4 and Wheels of Aurelia for free from today until April 23rd.

Starting today, you can add Just Cause 4 and Wheels of Aurelia to your Epic Games Store library until the next Thursday.

Following its long-running policy in offering free-to-own games, Epic Games Store delivered two new titles this week, with one of them offering you a peaceful ride in Italy during the 1970s, while the other invites you to raise hell in a big open-world island.

Wheels of Aurelia is a narrative-driven road trip that gives you a chance to go around the beautifully designed roads of Italy during the late last century. Over your trip, you will encounter different people, having a conversation with every one of them until your next destination, which reveals more about the protagonist’s personality and her past. In the case of gameplay, Wheels of Aurelia might not be a successful game as it’s more like a tedious driving game with no significant challenges.

On the other hand, Just Cause 4 is all but a chaos factory. Playing as Rico Rodriguez, your mission is to destroy a cutting-edge technology and its related facilities that are aimed to control the weather of Solis. Although for a considerable part of the fans Just Cause 4 isn’t as entertaining as its predecessor, the game still has a beautifully designed island to be explored. With a lot of exciting new gears featured in Just Cause 4, you can now cause bigger explosions in some fun and new ways.

It’s worth noting that some players may face a crash problem in Just Cause 4, which is already addressed by Epic Games Store and is promised to be solved soon.

Epic Games Store seems to be the main rival for Steam over the last years with its interesting options for developers. Many well-known publishers such as Ubisoft, Take-Two Interactive, and Deep Silver have already launched the PC versions of their titles as an EGS timed-exclusive, and the policy seems to be continued in the future.